Based on the way Meghan was looking at Doria before and during the event. we're guessing she'd love to have mama bear close.
As part of her first solo project since becoming a duchess, she thought the book could help fund the kitchen opening more than just two days a week.
Harry also attended the event.
The "Together: Our Community Cookbook", a collection of 50 recipes from the diverse users of the communal kitchen at the Al Manaar Muslim Cultural Heritage Centre, will be used to allow the project to expand and open for up to seven days a week.
The Prince was accompanying his wife Meghan in the grounds of Kensington Palace this afternoon where she was launching a recipe book in support of victims of the Grenfell tragedy.
The 2017 Grenfell Tower fire killed 72 people and prompted nationwide calls for tightening building codes and increasing firefighting capabilities for large apartment blocks.
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Meghan wrote the foreword to Together: Our Community Cookbook, which has already knocked JK Rowling off the number one spot on Amazon's bestseller list, even though the £9.99 book isn't available to buy until tomorrow.
Working on this project for the past nine months has been a tremendous labour of love.
"I'd just recently moved to London and I felt so immediately embraced by the women in the kitchen by your warmth and your kindness".
She continued: "Everyone embraced this so deeply because it's been a passion project for all of us, and for very good reason".
"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, it is the story behind it. To be able to celebrate what connects us rather than what divides us, I believe, is the ethos of Together".
She said: 'I'm so privileged to know you.
The 37-year-old said she was "so proud" to live in a city with London's diversity as she delivered her speech without any notes.