In fact, Meghan was so impressed with the bakery that she featured it in her "Forces for Change" September issue of British Vogue.
Alice Williams - the bakery's founder and CEO - found out that Luminary Bakery would be featured in British Vogue just days before the September issue was released.
The entrepreneur received a handwritten note from Meghan along with a black leather Smythson notebook with the words "Forces For Change" embossed on the cover.
In the note, Duchess Meghan said including the bakery in the September issue was "non-negotiable" and congratulated the team for their work.
"It was really special to hear directly from her about that," Williams told Good Morning America, describing the gesture as a "real surprise."
"It was a real honour to be included."
According to Williams, royal fans have flocked to Luminary Bakery in the wake of the September issue of British Vogue.
"To have someone like the Duchess acknowledge us and champion us is incredible," the Luminary Bakery CEO said.
"I think it will open a lot of doors for us."
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"There's so many more women that need opportunities," Williams, who founded the bakery in 2015, continued.
According to the bakery's 2019 Impact Report, Luminary Bakery has helped over 60 women build their careers and gain independence.
The six-month training program involves learning how to bake while also gaining life skills.
Women referred to Luminary Bakery are assisted in building a network and developing trusting relationships.
Furthermore, the women can also apply to work for Alice Williams once they have completed their training, or at one of Luminary Bakery's partner organisations.
Women are offered ongoing support for the following two years, receiving mentoring, group workshops and community help as they transition into independence and long-term employment.
"[Luminary Bakery] is designed to support the U.K.'s most disadvantaged women to reach their potential," Williams said.