Tennis champion Serena Williams has revealed she's "proud" of Meghan, Duchess of Sussex after she launched a cookbook in support of the victims of the Grenfell Tower tragedy.
The 37-year-old royal has written the foreword to a recipe book from cooks at the Hubb Community Kitchen, which is based in London, and the duchess has revealed she felt "connected" to the Community Kitchen because it offers a "place for women to laugh, grieve, cry and cook together".
Responding to the announcement, the Duchess' good friend Serena wrote on her Twitter account: "I used to call you Meghan (and I still do) but dear Duchess of Sussex your first project "Together" a cookbook bringing women of all cultures together. I could not be more excited about it and proud of you.
It's beautiful - diversity, inclusivity, coming together in grief or joy (sic)"
The book - which is called 'Together: Our Community Cookbook' - marks the former 'Suits' actress' first solo project as a royal.
It features 50 recipes by women whose community was affected by the fire in the Grenfell tower block in London, which killed 72 people in June last year.
The long-term ambition behind the project is to provide support for the Grenfell families and others within the community.
The Duchess has played a hands-on role with the book, helping the group to find a publisher, and then providing legal support through the Royal Foundation charity.
The Royal Foundation is also responsible for ensuring that the proceeds from the sale of the book go directly to the Hubb Community Kitchen and other similar projects.
Speaking about the book, Meghan recently explained: "Through this charitable endeavour, the proceeds will allow the kitchen to thrive and keep the global spirit of community alive."