The Small Clue That Meghan Markle Has Officially Embraced British Life
Meghan Markle may still technically be an American citizen, but this week, she's embracing her new British identity in a major way. In the
Take this section, for example:
"In January 2018, as I was settling
in to my new home of London, it was important to me to get to know organisations working in the local community."
"Organisations" is the British spelling of "organizations" in the States.
Similarly, here, Meghan uses the British spelling of "favorite."
"One of my own favourite meals is collard greens, black-eyed peas and cornbread - a meal I would look forward to throughout my childhood: the smell of yellow onions simmering amongst a slow-cooked pot of greens from my grandma's back garden; the earthy texture of peas; and a golden loaf of cornbread puff-puffing away to a browned peak in the warmth of the oven."
You can read the full introduction in this Tweet from royal correspondent Omid Scobie.
Meghan has been privately working with the women at the Hubb Community Kitchen for months. According to Kensington Palace,
The hope is that profits of the Together cookbook will allow the kitchen to stay open seven days a week, and in order to meet that goal, they need to sell roughly 50,000 copies. Want to help? Preorder the book here, then watch Meghan speak about her first solo project as the Duchess of Sussex in the video below.
Together: Our Community Cookbook
This story originally appeared on Townandcountrymag.com.
* Minor edits have been made by the Townandcountry.ph editors.