Working on this project for the past nine months has been a tremendous labour of love.
Meghan Markle, Britain's Duchess of Sussex, was joined by her mother and husband Prince Harry on Thursday for the launch of a charity recipe book to help a community cooking project set up in the wake of London's Grenfell Tower fire disaster.
The Duchess, who hosted a lunch for the women of the Hubb Community Kitchen and their families, said she had felt "immediately embraced" by the women of the kitchen who made her feel welcome on a personal level.
Meghan joined the women as they cooked the dishes and helped with preparing the feast, making chapatis and turning koftas on the grill, before they all sat down with Prince Harry, Ms Ragland and their guests.
For the kickoff of the culinary guide, for which Meghan wrote the heartfelt foreword, she stepped out in a characteristically stylish ensemble including a skirt by friend and favorite Misha Nonoo, and a turtleneck bodysuit by Tuxe.
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She wrote the book's forward.
The book launch took place hours after it was revealed the Duchess had knocked both Jamie Oliver and JK Rowling out of the charts - before her book even went on sale.
The Duchess championed the publication after first suggesting the idea to a group of women who came together to cook at a Muslim cultural centre in North Kensington in the aftermath of the Grenfell fire which killed 72.
Hear more on Meghan's latest project in the video below. "There's 12 countries represented in this one group of women". Everyone has embraced this so fully because it has been a passion project for us all'.
"I said in the foreword, this is more than a cookbook and what I mean by that is that the power of food is more than just the meal itself it's the story behind it" the Duchess said. And when you get to know the story of the recipe, you get to know the person behind it. Proceeds from the cookbook will allow the women's Hubb Community Kitchen in West London to remain open seven days a week. "To be able to celebrate what connects us rather than what divides us, I believe, is the ethos of Together".