Meghan Markle and Prince Harry support the community on a special anniversary

The Duchess of Sussex pays tribute to the women who set up the Hub Community Kitchen on the third anniversary of Grenfell Tower. Located in the nearby Al Manar Mosque, the kitchen provides food for those who survived the tragedy that killed 72 people.

As reported by the Evening Standard, Meghan sent an audio message to the dedicated volunteers behind the project, which both she and her husband, Prince Harry, praised for her hard work. In a heartfelt message, the Duchess said: “I think it was great when I met all of you and what I experienced in your community.

"Now that's what you do. You keep giving back. You want to keep the love going. And that's really what the hubbub is about ... we know it's love, but you're an example of love, action, and that's your purpose."

He said: "I'm very proud of you, so Harry, and we love you across the pond and think about you today because I know it's been a tough day, but you can see how much you have accomplished in the last three years and for all your people." You want to give an example of how. ”

Meghan has been a longtime supporter of the West London project, making a series of trips while she was in the UK. Back in April, she zoomed in with volunteers, where she talked to them about her plan to provide hundreds of meals to the local community every day, even during the lockdown.

The Duchess has also worked on cookbooks, written about her collection of recipes, and helped promote the initiative. As of last summer, it had surpassed 50,000 550,000 and sold 130,000 copies.

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