Chrissy Teigen reviews Meghan Markle’s jam after Buckingham Palace shadily promotes its own

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Chrissy Teigen seemed to take a stance against Buckingham Palace’s supposed dig at Meghan Markle by giving a glowing review to the Duchess of Sussex’s American Riviera Orchard strawberry jam.

“We jammin!!” the “Cravings” cookbook author, 38, captioned an Instagram video Wednesday of herself preparing a delicious treat for her family using the fruit spread to the tune of Bob Marley and the Wailers’ “Jamming.”

Chrissy Teigen promoted Meghan Markle’s new jam after Buckingham Palace hawked its own fruit preserves.
The model posted a video using the jam from Markle’s new lifestyle brand, American Riviera Orchard.
She spread the jam on toast with butter, bacon and Brie. chrissyteigen/Instagram

“This might have been one of the best bites we’ve had all year,” she added.

Teigen explained to her followers that she combined rustic bread with salted butter, triple cream Brie, a thick slice of bacon and some of Markle’s exclusive preserves for a sweet and savory sandwich heated in a pan.

“Took about 8 mins total and made us happy for the entire weekend,” she gushed.

“This might have been one of the best bites we’ve had all year,” Teigen said. chrissyteigen/Instagram
She shared the treat with her husband, John Legend, and their kids. chrissyteigen/Instagram

The video ended with the model and her husband, John Legend, each taking a bite of the gooey snack before giving nods of approval and delight.

Teigen and Markle, both of whom got their start in Hollywood as briefcase models on “Deal or No Deal,” have been there for each other several times over the years.

However, the “Lip Sync Battle” alum recently told “Entertainment Tonight” that she and Legend, 45, have yet to go on a double date with the former “Archetypes” podcast host, 42, and her husband, Prince Harry.

Markle has been a supportive friend to Teigen over the years. Getty Images
Teigen admitted she and Legend have yet to double date with Markle and Prince Harry. AP

Teigen’s show of support for Markle’s new lifestyle brand came just hours after Buckingham Palace shadily promoted its own variation of jarred jam.

“Our Strawberry Preserve is made using only the finest berries and is delicious served in a variety of ways,” the palace captioned a video of a woman spreading jelly on a scone, a crumpet, a croissant and on toast.


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Amid Harry and Markle’s estrangement from the royal family, several social media users were convinced that the palace was taking a dig at the “Suits” alum nearly a week after she sent out samples of her jam to her close friends.

Buckingham Palace promoted its fruit preserves days after Markle debuted her jam. Buckingham Palace Shop/Instagram
Social media users were convinced the palace was taking a dig at Markle. Buckingham Palace Shop/Instagram
The Duchess of Sussex sent her close friends jars of jam last week. Delfina Blaquier / Instagram

At the time, Markle’s friends Tracy Robbins and Delfina Blaquier raved about the limited edition jam on social media and shared photos debuting the jars.

The sugary condiment is the first product that the former actress has teased since announcing the launch of her new endeavor.

In March, Markle debuted the company’s Instagram and official website, where visitors were prompted to sign up for the wait-list.

Markle announced the launch of her lifestyle brand in March. WireImage
“She’s been working on this for over a year,” an industry source told Page Six Style. WireImage

An insider previously told Page Six Style that the business would focus on home, garden, food and general lifestyle wares.

“She’s been working on this for over a year, and it’s all the things that are close to her heart — all the things she’s passionate about,” an industry source said.

A trademark application obtained by Page Six Style revealed that the brand would sell food products like jellies, jams and spreads, cookbooks and tableware staples like cutlery, table linens and drinkware.