MEGHAN: I STAND BY GRENFELL SURVIVORS
Duchess will use profile to help rebuild lives
like the book they can find strength moving forward.”
Another source close to Meghan said: “Meghan has promised she will not let the survivors be forgotten. The book was just an example of the way she is using her platform for good and we are definitely going to see more of this.
“Behind closed doors, she has taken it to heart and sees it as her personal duty to help the survivors after being so deeply moved by their stories.
“She has promised to stand by them for as long as it takes.”
Meghan launched Together: Our Community Cookbook earlier this year at Kensington Palace. It has 50 recipes and sales of 50,000 will raise £250,000 to keep the community kitchen open two years.
The Mirror revealed how Meghan had been paying secret visits to Hubb in Al Manaar Muslim Cultural Heritage Centre, near the West London tower where 72 died in June 2017, since January.
Zahira Ghaswala, 38, the coordinator at the Hubb Community Kitchen, from Hounslow, said: “She just got stuck in straight away. It was just all natural – the joy, the happiness. She tasted some of our menus, and she asked me, ‘Let’s make a cookbook’.”
“She enjoys being with the women, seeing the women’s skills, their abilities and their talents coming forward. It just feels very supportive, very real.”
Our source added: “She’ll stand with the community and help them in their struggle to piece their lives together.”