Meghan's patronages: Duchess of Sussex's four new causes revealed

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Meghan Markle has four new jobs.

Once inside, the fashionista took a hands-on approach as she helped women style an outfit, down to the accessories.At Smart Works, each woman gets a styling session before their first interview and go home with a full outfit to keep. The dress, named the Eliza Dress, is the first maternity dress she's worn since her pregnancy announcement in October.

The statement explained how Meghan feels she can "use her position to focus attention on, and make a particular difference to these organisations", revealing she has been having secret meetings with these organisations for the a year ago as they plan their work together.

Kensington Palace announced Thursday that the Duchess of Sussex will be the patron of four royal organizations, with two of her roles taking over from Queen Elizabeth II.

Known as the Duchess of Sussex, Meghan will also become the patron of Smart Works, a charity helping long-term unemployed women, and animal welfare charity Mayhew.

Meghan visited Smart Works today.

Marina also revealed what qualities Meghan has that will make her such a great patron for the charity.

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Meghan will have an affinity with the National theatre after spending a decade working in television where she was best known for her role in the hit United States legal drama series Suits, playing paralegal-turned-lawyer Rachel Zane.

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Each organization focuses on something the soon-to-be-mom is passionate about, from empowering young women to supporting education for young girls - and of course, she's not staying away from her love for animals.

The National Theatre and ACU patronages have been passed to her by the Queen, who has held the roles for 45 and 33 years respectively.

He added: "The Duchess shares our deeply-held conviction that theatre has the power to bring together people from all communities and walks of life".

Ruma had been out of work for nearly a year before securing part-time role and is set to come back to the charity for a set of new outfits from the Dressing Room for her new job.

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