Another one bites the dust for Meghan Markle. The mother-to-be has lost a third palace aide in only a matter of months, as her right hand woman Amy Pickerill will reportedly leave her job very soon. Read on for all the details.
A website reported that Amy, who was hired as HRH's assistant private secretary last year, will leave her post after Meghan, and Prince Harry move to Frogmore Cottage in Windsor later this month.
Amy was handpicked to work for Meghan, 37. She was also tipped to succeed Samantha Cohen, who is due to step down as the Duchess’s private secretary after 17 years with the Royal family.
Amy is understood to be leaving the Royal household altogether and moving overseas. She played a significant role in introducing Meghan to Royal life, which included her organizing charity projects such as the cookbook The Duchess made for victims affected by the Grenfell Tower disaster.
Amy's reported departure makes her the third main woman working for Meghan to leave in a matter of months. News broke out about Samantha leaving her position in early December of 2018.
Meghan's former personal assistant Melissa Toubati also quit her job after only six months last year. “Her job was highly pressurized and in the end it became too much," a source revealed to Mirror Online. "She put up with quite a lot. Meghan put a lot of demands on her and it ended up with her in tears."
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