The Duchess of Sussex paid a visit to the all-female baking team at Luminary Bakery in east London as they celebrated the opening of their second store in the city. Featured in Vogue’s September issue, the bakery helps disadvantaged women who’ve been victims of violence, abuse or homelessness to get back into work.
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For the celebratory occasion, Meghan – once again – wore a midnight blue and white striped shirt from founder and former Vogue staffer Pip Durell’s label, With Nothing Underneath. The brand, which was born out of Durell’s personal mission to create the perfect boyfriend shirt, finds inspiration from men’s tailoring, but is adjusted for women. The Duchess accented the 100 per cent cotton button-down with jeans and brown flats.
Meghan joined in a baking workshop with the women she’s long been championing. Posting a video to @sussexroyal, Meghan revealed that the second addition (which officially opened on 10 October) “will enable the organisation to provide services, support and mentoring for four times the number of women.”