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Prince Harry patting down Meghan's hair in the wind is true #Relationshipgoals

Prince Harry patting down Meghan's hair in the wind is true #Relationshipgoals

Meghan Markle hosted her first major event at Kensington Palace on Thursday and she did it alongside her mother, Doria Ragland, and husband, Prince Harry.

Indeed, Prince Harry was seen beaming as his wife gave a speech at the event, standing beside her mother, Doria.

Both Meghan and the women showcased the recipes for the guests, including a delicious dessert of caramelized plum upside-down cake, and spiced mint tea. She paired a pleated, polyester skirt from Misha Nonoo with a sleeveless, turtleneck bodysuit from Tuxe, according to the style site Meghan's Mirror. All proceeds from the book will benefit the kitchen.

The palace announced earlier this week that Meghan secretly began meeting and cooking with the women at the Hubb Community Kitchen in January.

They looked happy and relaxed together as the duchess was reunited with women from a Grenfell community group who have been cooking together following the fatal fire last June.

The Duchess embraced her friends at the kitchen warmly with three kisses, visibly excited at the success of the book this week and the day of the launch.

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British media said it was unheard of for family members to be involved in official royal engagements, saying Ragland, who had not been seen in public with her daughter since the wedding, had told guests on her arrival: "Hi, I'm Meg's mom".

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Together: Our Community Cookbook, is Megan's first solo project since joining the royal family and aims to help people affected by the Grenfell Tower blaze.

"I immediately felt connected to this community kitchen; it is a place for women to laugh, grieve, cry and cook together", the former "Suits" actress said in a statement on The Royal Foundation's website.

"I said in the foreword that this is more than a cookbook, and what I mean by that is the power of food is more than just the meal itself". Everyone has embraced this so fully because it has been a passion project for us all'.