Meghan Markle’s low-key Thanksgiving! Duchess prepared lunch for 300 homeless women in Los Angeles 

Last week, Meghan Markle cut a low profile as she helped prepare a Thanksgiving meal for 300 homeless women in Los Angeles.

The 41-year-old Duchess of Sussex, who currently lives in her $14 million mansion in California, wore a black baseball cap and a mint green jumper as she prepared lunch at the Downtown Women’s Center (DWC).

In a photo shared on the Archewell Foundation website, the royal wears a face mask and gloves as she helps hand out slices of pumpkin pie.

Appearing on The Ellen DeGeneres Show last year, Megan revealed that she prepared a meal for her family and said, ‘I love to cook, we just stay at home and relax.’

Meghan Markle, 41, cut a low profile as she helped prepare a Thanksgiving meal for 300 homeless women in Los Angeles last week (PHOTOS)

Meghan Markle, 41, cut a low profile as she helped prepare a Thanksgiving meal for 300 homeless women in Los Angeles last week (PHOTOS)

Along with the image, the organization wrote: ‘Earlier this week, the Archewell Foundation team helped prepare a Thanksgiving lunch for residents of 300 Downtown Women’s Centers (DWC) in Los Angeles.

‘DWC provides a wide range of resources to reduce barriers and end homelessness for all women, including women veterans and their families, women with severe physical and mental health issues, and survivors of domestic violence.’

Meghan previously visited a DWC facility on Vancouver Island to ‘support’ and ‘boost the morale of staff’ after stepping down from royal duties in 2019.

Since stepping down from royal duties, the Duchess has spent many years across the pond for Thanksgiving.

In 2020, a source said the Duke and Duchess of Sussex will enjoy their first Thanksgiving dinner in the US as a whole family with fresh vegetables grown in their Californian garden.

Omid Scobi, co-author of the explosive biography Finding Freedom, wrote on Twitter that a source close to the couple had told him they were sharing a ‘sweet’ Thanksgiving treat with 19-month-old Archie.

A Royal Christmas at Sandringham

In the 1960s, when the Queen’s children were young, most of the festive season was celebrated at Windsor, but since 1988, when the palace was remodeled, Royal Christmas has returned to Sandringham.

The Queen traditionally spent both Christmas and New Year at the estate before departing in February.

She usually arrived in London or Windsor on February 6, the anniversary of her father’s death.

A royal insider told the Mail on Sunday last year that the Sandringham estate was special, ‘not only because of all the fond memories of Prince Philip and his efforts to transform the estate, but also because it’s where her father died. far away

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‘They’re going to have a quiet dinner at home and look forward to celebrating their first American Thanksgiving in the States as a family,’ Scobie tweeted.

‘They plan to enjoy a home-cooked meal with traditional Thanksgiving dishes, including recipes made with fresh vegetables from their garden.’

Meanwhile, in 2019, Harry and Meghan are believed to have celebrated Thanksgiving in private with close family, spending the holiday in Canada with their son and Meghan’s mother, Doria Ragland.

Royal editor Katie Nicholl previously told OK! That the mother is a ‘talented chef’ who loves to cook for her loved ones.

Vanity Fair’s royal editor said: ‘Meghan loves being in the kitchen. She is an accomplished cook and enjoys gathering people together for a family meal.

‘There won’t be any staff helping her – she’ll definitely be wearing an apron.’

It comes amid reports that the Duke and Duchess are unlikely to join the royal family at Sandringham for their first Christmas without the Queen.

It is understood King Charles has invited Meghan and Harry, who remain ‘much loved’ members of the family despite stepping down from royal duties almost three years ago.

But a source close to the king said: ‘They are unlikely to attend.’

This is the first time that Charles will host the annual family gathering and Christmas vacation at his private estate in Norfolk.

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The Prince and Princess of Wales will be staying at Anmer Hall next door to the home given to them by the Queen.

Other family members are expected to join the king and queen consort on their journey to church on Christmas morning.

It comes amid reports that the Duke and Duchess are unlikely to join the royal family at Sandringham for their first Christmas without the Queen.

It comes amid reports that the Duke and Duchess are unlikely to join the royal family at Sandringham for their first Christmas without the Queen.

The Royal Family have made Sandringham their base for Christmas and New Years since 1988.

Although families traditionally spend the holidays at the country estate, the past few years have seen a change in routine due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

The royals are expected to celebrate their first Christmas outing at Sandringham this year since the death of Queen Elizabeth II.

There will be those within the royal family who can heave a sigh of relief if the Sussexes express their regret.

After Meghan described the late Queen’s funeral as ‘complicated’, the Sussexes won’t go down well with mince pies.

Harry is set to release his bombshell memoir in the New Year and a Netflix show before that.

Publishers say the book – titled as a ‘loaded’ reference to his position as the younger brother of the heir to the throne – will cover the harrowing episode of his mother’s tragic death.

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