Meghan wows at royal outing alongside mum Doria

Meghan Duchess of Sussex arrives with her mother Doria Ragland and Britain's Prince Harry Duke of Sussex to host an event to mark the launch of a cookbook with recipes from a group of women affected by the Grenfell Tower fire at Kensington Pala

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex are seen with Doria Ragland The Duchess’s mother for the first time since the royal wedding

The Duchess was also joined by her mother Doria Ragland and her husband Prince Harry.

Sitting in the front seat of a Land Rover Discovery with her daughter and son-in-law, Prince Harry, in the back, Ragland stepped out to greet waiting guests at Kensington Palace for the launch of Together: Our Community Cookbook.

Meghan Markle's mom came flying to her daughter's side for the Duchess of Sussex's first solo project this week, and the timing of her visit couldn't be more ideal.

It was a day of celebration for the women of the Hubb Community Kitchen who rallied together to feed people affected by the Grenfell Tower disaster. Proceeds raised from the sale of the cookbook will allow the kitchen to remain open seven days a week.

Along with Prince Harry, the duo stepped out on Thursday (Sept. 20) to celebrate Together: Our Community Cookbook, a attractive book that Meghan worked on with women affected by the Grenfell Tower fire - and for which she penned the foreword.

Wearing a Tuxe top, a skirt by Misha Nonoo and a coat by Smythe, she soon got stuck in - under her mum's watchful gaze - dishing up rice, flipping chapatis and turning kofta kebabs.

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Ms Markle praised the group, saying the diversity of the women was "pretty outstanding" with 12 countries represented. At the event, which took place at Kensington Palace, the Duchess of Sussex also gave her first big speech.

Meghan and Harry then sat down to eat with the women and their guests, including those from the local community, to enjoy a series of dishes that incorporated a blend of cultures.

"I said in the foreword, this is more than a cookbook and what I mean by that is that the power of food is more than just the meal itself it's the story behind it" the Duchess said. "I'm so privileged to know you", she said.

"Even before it's got to the stores we've had people requesting it, we've had many phone calls 'where can I get a copy of this book?'".

The charity book is just the start of many solo projects Meghan will be working on as she settles into her role within the royal family. Needless to say, she nailed it!

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