Yesterday in London, they recalled the terrible tragedy that happened three years ago when a fire broke out in the Grenfell Tower building, where more than 70 people died. Shortly after the tragedy, the charity Hubb Community Kitchen was created, which provided food to the families of the victims of the fire. Meghan Markle, 38, living in the UK, not only met its founders, but also published a cookbook with them. And yesterday, the Duchess of Sussex recorded an audio message in which she addressed members of the Hubb community kitchen and thanked them for being “an example of love in action”.
I remember how I met all of you and how you all got together after you realized that you had lived in your community. What you have done is such an inspiration, you keep giving, you keep doing everything with love. We know what love means, but you are an example of love in action, and that is your goal. I’m so proud of you, like Harry, and we send our love to you and think of you today because I’m sure it’s a tough day. But at the same time, it’s a day when you can see and see how much you have done in the past three years and how you continue to do it and be an example to everyone around you.
Said the duchess.
The last time in the Hubb Community Kitchen, Meghan Markle and Prince Harry visited earlier this year after the resignation of the royal powers. Despite their decision to move away from royal affairs, they continued to work with charitable projects which they oversaw. In April, the Duchess of Sussex spoke with members of Hubb Community Kitchen via video and expressed support.
Meghan Markle with an employee of Hubb Community Kitchen Meghan Markle and Prince Harry with members of the Hubb community kitchen
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