Meghan Markle turned 38 on August 4, and the Duchess of Sussex celebrated with a very significant pie.
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Royal reporter Omid Scobie reported that vegan Duchess had been given a carrot cake from her favorite bakery in London – Luminary Bakery – where she was having fun with Prince Harry and Archie Harrison at Frogmore Cottage.
Luminary Bakery is a pure women's bakery that provides a safe and professional environment where disadvantaged women can work to grow.
According to their website, the bakery offers courses, work experience and paid employment, hoping to empower women to build their careers.
The young mother even sent the bakery a handwritten letter of thanks for her contribution to the British Vogues September issue that Meghan has released as a guest.
The handwritten letter reads, "When I knew that I would secretly publish the September issue of the British as a guest Fashion, including Luminary Bakery, was non-negotiable. "
Speaking to Good Morning America, Alice Williams – the founder of Luminary Bakery – talked about the huge impact Meghan Markle had on the small business:
"Having someone like the Duchess who recognizes us and stands up for us is incredible.
"We really hope we can grow through this, there are so many more women in need, so we really want to be able to offer these women."
Caoimhe Bennett, baker at Luminary, also spoke with Good Morning America about the effects the Duchess had on the bakery.
"When I applied for this job, I did not expect to bake a cake for Duchess Meghan Markle.
"That was pretty crazy and it's amazing to be in Vogue."
And so the birthday party continues!