However, cooking is one of her dearest passions, so she has managed to find ways to incorporate this into her charity work as well.
It’s a philanthropic gesture that Meghan has sought to make since joining the royal family.
In 2018, Meghan’s first solo charity project as Duchess of Sussex was to write the front for a cookbook called Together.
He was successful in raising funds for the Hubb Community Kitchen.
Meghan has always had the subject of food close to her heart when it comes to the Duchess, it concerns a greater sense of community.
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It was after this that they started to develop their new organization, Archewell.
They worked hard while stranded to launch projects, attended a number of video calls, and gave speeches on the topics that matter most to them.
In the meantime, COVID-19 has forced the pair to postpone their launch date.
The Telegraph reported in June that: “Sources said the couple were reacting to current affairs, redirecting their efforts to the Black Lives Matter cause and the wider repercussions of the Covid-19 pandemic.
The Duchess spoke to the women of the Hubb Community Kitchen during a Zoom call in April, to lend her support to a new campaign the group has launched to feed Londoners during the coronavirus lockdown.
Meghan told the women on the call: ‘You all had that in you and what was so awesome was after that first day and then the number of hits later, and saying’ yeah we’re going just make a book, ”without realizing, knowing and having great confidence in what you could bring to the table, and what you could inspire, but obviously not knowing how successful it was going to be. ”
“It’s just a testimonial for you, and what I love is that it has inspired so many people. “