Meghan Markle visits Grenfell Tower survivors in London

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Meghan Markle has a lot to be thankful for this Thanksgiving, and although she is in the United Kingdom she's celebrating by giving back as much as she can.

Today the Duchess of Sussex visits the Hubb Community Kitchen to see how the funds raised by Together: Our Community Cookbook are already making a difference.

Meghan Markle wore a burgundy coat and dress wth a velvet plum collar.

Visiting the Hubb Community Kitchen to see how the funding is helping the community, Meghan looked radiant as she joined the women in North Kensington by putting on an apron and preparing some food.

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She turned up at the Hubb Community Kitchen at the Al Manaar Muslim cultural centre this morning in a stunning red outfit.

And in the couple of months since the cookbook's inception, it's made a huge difference (40,000 copies were sold in the United Kingdom alone, with $270,000 raised).

It features more than 50 recipes from women whose community was devastated by the fire, which claimed the lives of 72 people.

Outside of the kitchen, the Duchess cheerfully embraced several of the women with whom she's worked and collaborated with in the past. Now the kitchen, which used to be open for two days a week, has been renovated and is open daily.

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In the kitchen, Markle got down to work.

Markle visited the the Al Manaar Community Center on Wednesday, according to a report by PEOPLE, where the survivors of the Grenfell Tower tragedy were staying.

The kitchen, redesigned with the women's input to capture its spirit as a place for the community to come together over meals, now opens seven days a week, up from just two when it began past year.

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