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 got stuck in and helped prepare the lunch menu which included coconut chicken curry, aubergine masala and a range of chapatis and sharing dips.
The Prince was accompanying his wife Meghan in the grounds of Kensington Palace this afternoon where she was launching a recipe book in support of victims of the Grenfell tragedy.
Meghan gave a heartfelt speech in which she said she felt "privileged" to know the women of the Hubb Community Kitchen.
For the kickoff of the culinary guide, for which Meghan wrote the heartfelt foreword, she stepped out in a characteristically stylish ensemble including a skirt by friend and favorite Misha Nonoo, and a turtleneck bodysuit by Tuxe.
"On a personal level, I feel so proud to live in this city that can have so much diversity", she continued. "It's the story behind it", she said. Markle also penned the book's foreword, in which she discussed the importance of the kitchen to the Grenfell community.
Working on this project for the past nine months has been a tremendous labour of love.
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"I had just recently moved to London and I felt so immediately embraced by the women of the kitchen", she said. "That there are 12 countries represented in this one small room, is pretty outstanding".
"Everyone embraced this so deeply, because it's been a passion project for all of us - and for very good reason".
The 37-year-old has been going to see the women who work and visit the Hubb Community Kitchen in West London since January, and a new video shows her getting stuck in with kitchen prep and dishing up meals.
Markle's participation includes the support of the Royal Foundation, as well as the name recognition that comes with her face on the cover.
Markle went on to emphasize the power that food can have in people's lives.
"We cook the recipes we've grown up with; there's no stress, and the recipes always work because they have been made so many times - it's proper comfort food".