But it's also the kind of event we think a lot of folks hoped to see when Meghan came into her royal role.
The book will feature 50 recipes written by ladies from the community with a foreword written by the Duchess of Sussex herself.
While getting ready to pose for a group photo with the women of Hubb Community Kitchen on the grounds of Kensington Palace, where they enjoyed a meal created from recipes featured in the special cookbook she helped create, Meghan's hair began to be blown away by the wind.
Meghan arrived at the event, wearing a $1,195 (approximately) £697 petrol blue coat by Canadian brand Smythe, with a black rollneck by Tuxe and a skirt by Misha Nonoo.
"Hi, I'm Meg's mom", she told women at the Hubb Community Kitchen.
Meghan was reunited with the Grenfell community group who provided the dishes for Together, the fundraising publication aimed at supporting the local kitchen where the cooks meet in West London.
"Working on this for the past nine months has been a tremendous labour of love, ' she said".
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"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 wrote the foreword for the book.
Zahira Ghaswala, the Hubb's co-ordinator who hosted Meghan's first visit to the kitchen, said about the book's sales: "As far as I know, on Amazon we're number one - everything's just been a positive vibe out there". Everyone has embraced this so fully because it has been a passion project for us all'.
The 37-year-old Duchess of Sussex is supporting a new charity cookbook, which celebrates the power of cooking to bring people together. "As they cooked, they began to connect, heal and look forward, and have continued to cook together twice a week".