Without a doubt, Meghan Markle and Prince Harry had a wonderful Thanksgiving holiday with her mother Doria Ragland, their kids Archie and Lilibet, and their family.
Before everyone sat down for a family dinner, Meghan and Harry, through their Archewell Foundation, focused on helping others by assisting in the preparation of a Thanksgiving lunch for over 300 women in Downtown Los Angeles.
The couple published a fresh Giving Thanks post on the Archewell website on Friday, along with an image of what appeared to be Meghan working on a pumpkin pie while wearing a baseball cap and a face mask.
Over 300 Downtown Women’s Center (DWC) residents in Los Angeles received a Thanksgiving lunch thanks to the assistance of the Archewell Foundation Team earlier this week, the message stated.
“DWC offers a wide range of resources to reduce barriers and end homelessness for all women, including female veterans and their families, women with serious physical and mental health issues, and survivors of domestic violence,” it continued.
The Archewell Foundation’s “core purpose is to uplift and unite communities—local and global, online and offline—one act of compassion at a time,” according to the website.
During an appearance on The Ellen DeGeneres Show the previous year, Meghan revealed her favorite activity and provided a glimpse into her family’s Thanksgiving plans.
She described their 2021 plans to Ellen, saying, “I love to cook, we’ll be home and just relax and sort of settle in,” which will undoubtedly be similar to how they celebrated the holiday this year.
On her previous lifestyle blog, The Tig, the Duchess previously discussed her own Thanksgiving customs from her youth.
“Despite the contrast of my two worlds growing up, there was a powerful commonality: both my parents came from little, so they made a choice to give a lot,” the author wrote. “They chose to buy turkeys for homeless shelters at Thanksgiving, deliver meals to patients in hospice care, donate any spare change in their pockets to those asking for it, and perform quiet acts of grace — be it a hug, a smile, or a pat on the back to show ones in need that they would be okay