It seems it’s business as usual on the Sussex Royal Instagram account as Harry and Meghan shared unseen pictures of their recent visit to a Grenfell kitchen.
The couple paid a visit to the Hubb Community Kitchen with which Meghan collaborated to create a cookbook as they landed in the UK following their six-week break in Canada.
The book was a celebration of family recipes from all over the world as shared by the locals in Grenfell, and Meghan spoke warmly of the women she met there at the launch.
The Royal couple are seen smiling warmly and enjoying their visit, which took place just prior to them dropping the bombshell which has rocked the British monarchy for the last two days.
Harry doesn’t seem to have a care in the world as he leans over the counter and jovially waits for some food from the ladies in the kitchen. It also shows the couple sitting down to share a meal with the women.
Their Instagram post was perhaps a way of them addressing questions about what their proposed ‘progressive new role’ would look like as they strive to become financially independent.
The post made absolutely no mention of the chaos of the last few days reading: ‘Earlier this week, The Duke and Duchess of Sussex returned to visit the women of The Hubb community kitchen and “Together, Our Community Cookbook.” These women came together in the wake of the Grenfell tragedy to cook meals for their families and neighbours who had been displaced from the fire.
It continued: ‘With funds from the successful cookbook, they have now been able to share their spirit of community with so many more. The Hubb continues to work with local organisations to build hope, bring comfort and provide not simply a warm meal, but with it, a sense of togetherness.’
While the public’s call for answers continues to go unanswered, this could very well be the couple’s attempt to tell their followers to focus on more important matters given what tragedies are occurring all over the world and the tragedies such as the Grenfell Tower fire that continue to affect people in Britain.