Meghan Markle brings mom Doria Ragland to her Grenfell cookbook launch

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In honor of the launch of the cookbook, which showcases more than 50 personal recipes from across the Eastern Mediterranean, Europe, the Middle East and North Africa, Markle hosted an outdoor reception at Kensington Palace on Thursday with two very special people by her side-her husband, Prince Harry, and her mother, Doria Ragland.

After marrying Prince Harry on May 19, the former Suits star officially became a member of the royal family.

Meghan had plenty of support for her first solo project launch.

The dishes include coconut chicken curry, aubergine masala, caramelized plum upside-down cake and spiced mint tea.

The Palace announced the royal foodie's support on Monday of Together: Our Community Cookbook, which will benefit a community kitchen founded as a necessity after the deadly June 2017 Grenfell Tower fire, which left the apartment building's tenants with nowhere to prepare meals.

Upon seeing an enormous bowl of green rice, Ragland said, "Oh I love that".

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Her mum, meanwhile, embraced each of the women with a warm hug, telling them: "It's fantastic".

It appeared he liked the samosas so much he wanted to take a few home with him to Nottingham Cottage, just a stone throw's away from where the event was taking place today. I'm going to tell everyone, I met her [each of the cooks]!

"Working on this project for the past nine months has been a tremendous labor of love", Markle said.

Harry looked extremely proud as he and Meghan's mother Doria listened to her addressing the women from the Hubb Community Kitchen at the launch event. "I had just recently moved to London, and I felt so immediately embraced by the women of the kitchen". She also penned the book's foreword.

The 37-year-old said she was "so proud" to live in a city with London's diversity as she delivered her speech without any notes. "That there are 12 countries represented in this one small room, is pretty outstanding". "Melding cultural identities under a shared roof. creates a space to feel a sense of normalcy - in its simplest form, the universal need to connect, nurture, and commune through food, through crisis or joy - something we can all relate to".

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