Prince Harry looks at Meghan Markle the way Prince George looks at helicopters

Naomi Gordon
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From Cosmopolitan

Meghan Markle had a big day today as she launched her first solo project as a member of the royal family - a cookbook created with women from the Grenfell Tower community.

The Duchess of Sussex was supported by husband Prince Harry and mother Doria Ragland, and went on to deliver a passionate speech thanking the women from the Hubb Community Kitchen at the special event at Kensington Palace.

And Prince Harry couldn't have looked more chuffed or thrilled - just look at his face and that posture of sheer delight in the photo.

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As the former Suits star spoke of her privilege at having worked alongside the women, Harry's face was so happy and so delighted that it reminded us of a certain royal relation and his happy reaction at another royal event.

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Yes, Prince George in that helicopter during Kate and William's royal tour in Germany.

Even the effusive hand clasps are similar!

And it's not the first time they've posed in a similar (and very cheeky) fashion...

Back at the cookbook launch, Meghan was a complete natural as she presented her speech and praised the women for their "warmth" and "kindness" towards her.

"Working on this project for the past nine months has been a tremendous labor of love. I had just recently moved to London and felt so immediately embraced by the women in the kitchen with your warmth, and your kindness," she said.

"And also to be able to be in this city and to see, in this one small room, how multicultural it was. On a personal level I feel so proud to live in a city that can have so much diversity."

The book includes over 50 recipes provided by the women in the Hubb whose community was affected by the Grenfell Tower fire. Meghan also told guests she was 'so proud' of the women, who will 'inspire people globally' through the project.

Proceeds from book sales will support the Hubb going forward, so it can widen its reach to others in the area.

Now wonder Harry is so proud.

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