Duchess Meghan Has Put Her Mom To Work! 

September 20, 2018 / Posted by:

Duchess Meghan’s mom, Doria Ragland, hasn’t moved to London yet. But a few days ago she flew over to her daughter’s new homeland, and if she thought she was going to spend her days there sipping gin and Morrissey tears with THE QUEEN (and guzzling down three after Prince Philip tottered on in and asked, “Who are you spongeing off, love?“), she thought wrong. Because today, Doria put her wavin’ hand and smilin’ mouth to work at the launch of the charity cookbook her daughter did with some of the survivors of the Grenfell Tower fire. Prince Hot Ginge also came along and won the title of Sexiest Third Wheel Ever.

Together: Our Community Cookbook has 50 recipes in it from women who survived the fire. Money made from the sale of the cookbook will go toward keeping Hubb Community Kitchen, a communal kitchen at the Al Manaar Muslim Cultural Heritage Centre in West London, open seven days a week. The launch of the cookbook went down on the grounds of Duchess Meghan’s backyard at Kensington Palace today, and apparently, Doria flew to London just to be at her daughter’s first solo hosting event as a royal.

Here’s a video of Meghan, Doria, and Hot Ginge getting out of the SUV, and of Meghan talking without notes. My favorite part is at the very end when the Curb Your Enthusiasm theme song plays in my head as they all walk off and Hot Ginge is standing there like, “Um, did you all forget that I’m fifth, I mean sixth, in line to the throne?!”

Meanwhile, Evil Half-Sister Samantha Markle is probably on the phone with the tabloids, looking to sell the news about her upcoming cookbook: TORN APART – The Cookbook From The Devoted Family Who Was Betrayed By Meghan Markle! Ingredients include bloody pieces of Thomas Markle’s heart that broke when his daughter cut him off for blabbing to the press, the slobber that forms around cold Meghan’s mouth when she laughs at the demise of her family, and hamster meat. All proceeds from the sale of the book will go into Samantha Markle’s wallet.

Pic: AP

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