Meghan Markle and Prince Harry Send Their Love to Hubb Community Kitchen
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have not forgotten the Hubb Community Kitchen now that they are based in Los Angeles. The kitchen was founded by a group of women following the Grenfell Tower fire tragedy in which 72 people died.
The West London kitchen is located in a nearby mosque and its mission is to provide meals to the survivors of the horrific event.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex pay tribute to fire survivors
This year marks the third anniversary of the horrifying fire and Meghan has chosen the occasion to send an audio message to volunteers at the kitchen, according to the Evening Standard. They report that Meghan sent the volunteers her love, and also told them that she and Harry admire their work.
Prior to their relocation, Meghan was photographed with some of the volunteers. In her most recent message she is said to have told them, “I think back to when I met all of you and how you had all come together in the wake of what you experienced in your community.”
The Duchess of Sussex pays tribute to the women who set up the Hubb Community Kitchen
Her message continued, “And now what you have done is such an inspiration. You continue to give back, you continue to put love in action. And that’s really what Hubb is all about … we know it means love but you are the example of love in action, and that is your purpose.”
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She didn’t stop there with the effusive praise, saying, “I’m so proud of you, so is Harry, and we are sending so much love to you from across the pond and thinking of you today, as I’m sure it’s a difficult day, but also one where you can look at how much you’ve accomplished in the past three years, and how you continue to give back and be an example for all of those around you.”
Before Meghan and Harry left the UK (sticking taxpayers with enormous bills for their wedding and a renovated house they deemed unlivable), she visited the kitchen several times, and, in April she had a Zoom call with the volunteers.
Meghan is so enamored of the project that she donated her time to help the kitchen with its cookbook and wrote the foreword to the collection of recipes.
It is reported that as of last summer, the book sold 130,000 copies, and raised more than £550,000.