Awful boss? Pregnant Duchess Meghan Markle's third palace aide to quit

Bessie Dean
March 10, 2019

Amy was appointed the position of assistant to Meghan Markle just previous year, and is set to leave her post this month. Now with her royal platform, Meghan is able to further espouse her thoughts on feminism alongside the best and brightest women involved in the cause.

As many royal watchers already know, Meghan, Duchess of Sussex has long championed women's rights (her feminist breakthrough was at the age of 11), so it seems only appropriate that Queen Elizabeth II has appointed her as Vice President of The Queen's Commonwealth Trust, and particularly so on International Women's Day.

The reason is that the Duchess never checks Twitter, nor does she read any headlines about her!

It was announced this week that the Royal Family's social media accounts will block trolls who post offensive or abusive messages on official channels.

"Amy is leaving. It's very sad for her colleagues, as she is a really popular member of staff".

Amy Pickerill, who has served as Markle's assistant private secretary since past year, will leave her post once Markle and Prince Harry move to Frogmore Cottage in Windsor later this month, the Daily Mail reports. According to The Times, Markle was hoping to keep her on permanently.

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She is the third Kensington Palace aide for Meghan to quit her job over the past few months.

She also joked about the impact her soon-to-be royal heir will have on society.

Touabti's role included managing the Sussexes' schedules and helping the royal couple with their wedding preparations.

The supposed confidant suggested Meghan didn't expect to receive such hateful responses as a result of her relationship with Prince Harry.

Cohen, who is originally from Australia, said she would leave the royal household once the new baby had arrived.

Following reports that palace employees have taken extra measures to monitor the royal family's public social accounts, a new article is claiming the hateful comments have Meghan and Harry anxious about their safety.

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