Meghan Markle Makes Secret Trips to Cook for Grenfell Tower Victims, Supports Them for a Charity Cookbook (See Pictures)
Meghan Markle cooks at a community kitchen (Photo Credits: Kensington Palace Twitter) ‏

The Duchess of Sussex Meghan Markle has been making secret trips to a community mosque to cook with Grenfell Tower victims. Photos released by Kensington Palace shows the former actor working with women helping them cook food for their families and neighbours. She made the trips to the kitchen in West London prior to her marriage with Prince Harry.

Meghan along with other women cooked food for people affected in the Grenfell fire on June 14, 2017. Pictures and videos show Megham with the sleeves of her white shirt rolled up helping others in Hubb Community Kitchen at the Al Manaar Muslim Cultural Heritage Centre in West London. Prince Harry’s Audi RS6 Avant in Which He Used to Drive Meghan Markle, on Sale for Rs 62 Lakh Online

One of the tweets by the palace reads, "United by their passion for food and cooking as a way of strengthening communities, The Duchess of Sussex and the women of the Hubb Community Kitchen are pleased to share 'Together: Our Community Cookbook' #CookTogether." Nicknames of Royal Family Members Revealed! Know Secret Names of Meghan Markle, The Queen And Kate Middleton

Here is the tweet:

Meghan also made a number of private visits thereafter joining the women in the kitchen and spent time with them. The women told Meghan that they used to meet at kitchen twice a week to cook for their communities, but unfortunately cannot anymore due to lack of funds. She suggested they create a cookbook and now it features recipes from across countries including Europe, the Middle East, Eastern Mediterranean, Europe and North Africa.

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The funds collected from the sale of the book is transferred to the Hubb Community Kitchen and related projects. According to Central and North West London NHS Trust, last week more than 1,200 people who were traumatised by the Grenfell fire received mental health treatment. The Queen and her grandson Prince William had visited an emergency shelter in West London days after the blaze to meet the survivors.