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Meghan Markle had a secret Zoom call meeting last week to show support for those helping their communities amid the coronavirus — and her look was a lesson in effortless video chat dressing.

The Duchess of Sussex joined in on a conference call with the members of the Hubb Community Kitchen in London, who have launched a new service to help families struggling during the coronavirus pandemic.

In the video clip, she wore a simple white t-shirt with her hair pulled back into a sleek updo (no messy bun here), and gave us all inspiration to dig out our plain white tees (or throw them in the laundry) for an understated-but-classic video call look.

The Hubb Community Kitchen was launched in 2017 after the fire at Grenfell Tower by women impacted by the incident. In 2018, Meghan helped them launch their own cookbook. Starting Monday, the group of over 17 women will begin cooking 250-300 nutritious meals a day, three days a week, from their own homes, to help local families.

"The spirit of the Hubb Community Kitchen has always been one of caring, giving back, and helping those in need, initially in Grenfell and now throughout the U.K.," Meghan said in a statement shared with Harper's Bazaar. “A home cooked meal from one neighbor to another, when they need it most, is what community is all about."

In addition to lending her support to those in the U.K., Meghan has also been volunteering to personally deliver meals to the needy alongside Prince Harry in Los Angeles, where they recently relocated.