AceShowbiz - Before being a part of the royal family, Meghan Markle has apparently used to go incognito when supporting the charity of her choices. On Saturday, December 7, St. Felix Centre uncovered a never-before-seen photo of the Duchess of Sussex volunteering at the soup kitchen in Toronto, Canada.
In the picture shared on Instagram, the former "Suits" actress could bee seen hiding her face under a black baseball cap while donning a padded jacket over striped shirt. Along with the snap, the charity organization wrote that the 38-year-old "was an active supporter and volunteer of St. Felix Centre during her time living in the city while working on 'Suits'."
"She volunteered on a regular basis in our kitchen as part of our Community Meals Program. The Duchess also donated food from the set of 'Suits', and on one Thanksgiving she brought in all the food, turkeys and the fixings for over 100 people," they went on explaining, while noting that the snap accompanying was taken from her volunteering moment in their kitchen.
Recalling the time they spent with Prince Harry's wife, they shared, "Many people here have fond memories of Duchess Meghan volunteering with us - though we remember her just as 'the lovely Meghan'. We're happy to see she continues supporting vulnerable people now as a member of the Royal Family. We'd love for her to visit us again one day."
St. Felix Centre uploaded the post originally to thank Meghan for her continuous support. "We feel very grateful and honored to have been highlighted by the Duke and Duchess of Sussex, Prince Harry and Duchess Meghan Markle," they noted, "as one of 12 charities doing important work worldwide."
Days before St. Felix Centre made public the incognito's photo, Meghan and Harry announced their twelve days of Christmas initiative by "highlighting accounts that do good." Among those featured in the collage posted on their official Instagram account was the charity organization.
"With the festive holiday season upon us, it's also a reminder to reflect on those in need - those who may feel lonely, hungry, homeless, or may be experiencing the holidays for the first time without loved ones," the couple wrote.
They then added, "It's an important time of year to help those around you who may be less fortunate, or who would appreciate even the smallest act of kindness. There are, thankfully, so many organizations around the world doing good on global and grassroots levels, many of which are not on Instagram."