Meghan Markle is praised by Grenfell community kitchen volunteers after leaving ‘kind’ voice note

Volunteers at a community kitchen set up to support bereaved families after the Grenfell tragedy have revealed the Duchess of Sussex sent them a ‘thoughtful’ voice note to mark the five-year anniversary of the blaze. 

Meghan Markle and Prince Harry first visited The Hubb Community Kitchen in 2018 after the fire at the North Kensington tower block claimed the lives of 72 people. 

The initiative, long-supported by the Sussexes, was set up to provide support and hot meals for bereaved families…

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