Girl Power! 5 Things To Know About Meghan Markle's Female Head Of Protection

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Oct. 20 2018, Published 3:29 p.m. ET

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Meghan Markle and Prince Harry have a new female head of protection who has been keeping the parents-to-be safe for quite some time now. Read on to learn 5 important things about her.

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Daily Mail reported about their protector but didn't name her for security reasons. She's currently with them in Australia, where they spent their Saturday at the Invictus Games down under.

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She's been working with the couple for several months now, long before it was announced that Meghan was expecting their first child.

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It isn't uncommon for senior members of the Royal family to have at least one woman protection officer on their team. It's something that Camilla Parker Bowles, Duchess of Cornwall, and Kate Middleton, Duchess of Cambridge, both have as well.

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She replaced Harry's longstanding head of security, Sergeant Bill Renshaw, after he retired. He spent 30 years in the force prior to doing so.

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The woman in question's outfit while discreetly standing by Meghan was quite fashionable given her job. She sported a black jacket and culottes with beige heels. The ensemble concealed her gun and taser that most protection officers normally carry. Talk about packing heat!

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What are your thoughts on Meghan and Harry's bodyguard? Sound off in the comments! 


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