Two months later – while pregnant with 1-year-old son Archie – she also caught up with the Hubb team for an early Thanksgiving celebration to talk about the project’s progress as “a safe and professional space for the women to cook, gather and run activities within their community,” Meghan’s office at Kensington Palace said at the time.
Most recently, the duchess spoke to Hubb members Leila Hedjem, Cherine Mallah, Halima Al-Hudafi, Oxana Sinitsyna and Jennifer Odonkor on April 17 via Zoom, to talk about the success of the charity and the joy they shared creating Together.
“You showed up and you all had it in you and what was so great was back at that first day, and then however many visits later, and going, ‘Yeah, we’re just going to make a cookbook,’ ” Meghan said during the call.
She went on to tell the women that it was their “faith in what you can bring to the table and what you can inspire” that helped make their cookbook a “huge success.”
“It’s just inspired so many people,” Meghan said.
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