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Unseen photo of Meghan Markle visiting Luminary Bakery

A bakery defended by the Duchess of Sussex, while visiting the kitchen, shared an unseen look back at the royal apron with an apron as it launches a bin and raffle to celebrate her birthday.

The Duchess of Sussex, 39, made several visits to the Luminary Bakery while living in the UK and promoted their work last year in her September issue of Vogue.

The module, shared today by the organization, shows the Duchess smiling at a volunteer while accepting an apron to wear at the official opening of the second bakery in Camden last year.

Place the photo on Instagram, Luminary Bakery wrote that they teamed up with Camfed on the Duchess’s birthday, saying, “To celebrate this, one of our Luminary grads, Monica who is based in London, will join Tisiyenji in Zambia to” get together ” to bake cakes from all over the world to honor the Duchess of Sussex’s birthday and celebrate ALL women with their beautiful baking. ‘

The cake baked by Monica is now being raffled, with the organization asking royal fans for a £ 10 donation for the draw.

They explained, ‘Today we partner with @Camfed to celebrate #WomenEmpoweringWomen and say happy birthday to Meghan, who has defended the work of both organizations!

They continued: “This photo is of Monica Meghan met when she came to help us officially open our second bakery in Camden last year.

“Monica enthusiastically lent her the apron she wore, which is true to Monica’s generous spirit!”

In an instant, Meghan can be seen wearing her relaxed £ 80 With Nothing Underneath shirt in dark jeans.

The unseen photo of the Duchess of Sussex, 39, visiting London's Luminary Bakery, was shared today as the royal family celebrates her birthday in Los Angeles

The unseen photo of the Duchess of Sussex, 39, visiting London’s Luminary Bakery, was shared today as the royal family celebrates her birthday in Los Angeles

The two charities mentioned are all close to the heart of the Duchess and she has made her support known by visiting them during her time as a working royal.

The Luminary Bakery in East London provides employment and support to women trying to escape poverty, homelessness and violence.

The Duchess visited the organization last December and used her @SussexRoyal Instagram page to put their work in the spotlight.

The snaps post included a personal report from Meghan about her visits to the organization.

Snaps from the visit to the official opening of the Camden bakery were shared last November, with the Duchess promoting the organization as 'exceptional'

Snaps from the visit to the official opening of the Camden bakery were shared last November, with the Duchess promoting the organization as 'exceptional'

Snaps from the visit to the official opening of the Camden bakery were shared last November, with the Duchess promoting the organization as ‘exceptional’

“What they made at Luminary Bakery is exceptional – it’s an area for baking, curing, and rebuilding,” she said.

“ When I visited the women earlier this year, I noticed how baking itself is a means of therapy for these women – which makes perfect sense in many ways – the feeling that they had no control over their lives based on their previous (and often harrowing conditions, they found comfort in the measured character of baking. ‘

The bakery pies start at £ 45 and include flavors like lemon and blueberry, chocolate and salted caramel.

It was one of the Duchess’s favorite goals, people, and tips in her Vogue song.

The Duchess has fiercely defended the organization during her time in the royal family and their efforts on Instagram and

The Duchess has fiercely defended the organization during her time in the royal family and their efforts on Instagram and

The Duchess has fiercely defended the organization during her time in the royal family and their efforts on Instagram and

And in March last year, Meghan joined a panel alongside Angie Murimirwa, executive director of Campaign for Female Education (CAMFED) on International Women’s Day in London.

The post comes when the Duchess today marks her 39th birthday in Los Angeles with Prince Harry, 35, and baby Archie.

Birthday celebrations are likely to be quiet, as the state of California they are now calling home reportedly has the highest number of Covid-19 cases in the U.S.

Birthday celebrations for Meghan, currently living in Los Angeles with Prince Harry and their son Archie, are likely to have been held back due to California state restrictions

Birthday celebrations for Meghan, currently living in Los Angeles with Prince Harry and their son Archie, are likely to have been held back due to California state restrictions

Birthday celebrations for Meghan, currently living in Los Angeles with Prince Harry and their son Archie, are likely to have been held back due to California state restrictions

Meanwhile, the royal family continues to push the bomb claims made in Sussexes’ biography Finding Freedom, which will be released next week, exposing a rift between the couple and senior members of The Firm.

The book, written by Omid Scobie and Carolyn Durant, claims that the relationships between the Sussexes and the Cambridges became so bitter that in March, when Harry and Meghan officially hung their HRH titles, the couples barely spoke. It is also said that the Queen was ‘blinded’ by Harry and Meghan’s announcement about ‘Megxit’.

There are fears that the publication of the book could cause another break in the company.

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