Meghan and Northern Ireland chef's tasty treat for those in need
The Duchess of Sussex cooked up a storm as she teamed up with Northern Ireland-born chef, Clare Smyth, on a visit to a community kitchen.
Meghan was back at the Hubb Community Kitchen, which inspired her collaborative work on a Grenfell charity cookbook, yesterday.
She visited the kitchen, not far from the site of the deadly tower block blaze in west London, to see first hand the progress made since the Together cookbook went on sale in September.
Yesterday, 200 meals being prepared in the kitchen were destined for local groups, including elderly people's homes, homeless shelters and women's refuges.
The dishes include Egyptian lamb fattah, Persian chicken and barberry rice.
Meghan helped prepare a large dish of rainbow roasted vegetables, as she introduced chef, Clare, a friend of hers, to the volunteers in the kitchen.