Meghan Markle's latest video call outfit featured a $255 necklace that protects her from 'negative vibes'

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Meghan wearing the Joseph jumper she was first seen in during a One Young World discussion at Windsor Castle in October 2019. (Getty Images)

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By Sabrina Carder, Yahoo U.K.

Meghan Markle, just like the rest of us, is currently staying connected to loved ones and work via video calls

Not only did Prince Harry and Meghan, along with baby Archie, video call The Queen on her 94th birthday last week — but, the 38-year-old former actress has been staying on-top of her patronages and charitable work via Zoom calls.

On Wednesday, Meghan, who is currently residing in California, had a video conversation with a young woman who had been helped by charity, Smart Works.

The organization, who Meghan has been patron of since January 2019, gives unemployed women clothes and coaching to help them secure jobs.

Meghan looked relaxed in a burgundy V-neck cashmere sweater by British brand, Joseph.

The knitwear was first seen on Meghan at the One Young World discussion in October 2019 when she paired it with a matching red leather skirt.

Although the bold knit is already sold out, the $405 CAD sweater is still available in black from Selfridges.

She finished off the look with a Visionary Charm Necklace by Edge of Ember that is available to buy for $255 CAD.

The pendant featured a blue topaz evil eye that is said to protect its wearer from negative vibes.

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It wasn’t the first time Meghan had worn a charm with meaning by the brand. 

On International Women’s Day in March she wore the label’s $240 Kismet Charm Necklace, which featured a four leaf clover and a lucky number seven to give the wearer a “double dose of good fortune.”

Earlier this month, Meghan also checked in with another cause close to her heart: The Hubb Community Kitchen.

The Duchess was joined by numerous members of the all-female organization to promote the work they were doing along with food redistribution charity The Felix Project. 

As part of the Evening Standard's Food For London Now initiative, The Hubb is currently making 250 to 300 meals a day, three days a week, to help those effected by the coronavirus pandemic.

Meghan wore a minimal, yet put together, ensemble, which consisted of a simple white T-shirt with her hair scraped into a ponytail.

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