Information architecture: Should we repeat the menu items in the main navigation if they are divided into two categories?

I am working on navigation for a retail site. I have a typical account menu (My account, Login, Create account, etc.) and I have a main hamburger menu with department pages, etc.

The experience of the site greatly improves when the client logs in, so I want to encourage this behavior.

My question is:
I have an account menu item (My purchases) in the main hamburger navigation under the title "Popular", I also have a My Account section in the hamburger menu. Should I repeat My purchases in Popular and My account in the hamburger menu to match the way the separate Account Menu is structured or should I delete My purchases from the My hamburger account section because it already appears elsewhere in the Burger menu structure.

The structure and the two options are below:

Separate account menu:

Child 1: My purchases
Child 2: x
Child 3: x


Option 1:

Burger Menu:

Navigation Title: Popular
Child 1: My purchases
Child 2: x
Child 3: x

Browser Title: My Account
Child 1: My purchases
Child 2: Login
Child 3: Create account


Option 2:

Burger Menu:

Navigation Title: Popular
Child 1: My purchases
Child 2: x
Child 3: x

Browser Title: My Account
Child 1: Login
Child 2: Create Account