The duke of Sussex and Prince Harry have lost three major palace assistants since the duchess joined the royal family…
The duke of Sussex and Prince Harry have lost three major palace assistants since the duchess joined the royal family just six months ago.
Richard Eden from Daily Mail confirmed yesterday the news of the latest aide to end.
A source from Kensington Palace said: “It’s a real shock, why would she like to leave such a prestigious job soon?”
She will soon be associated with the royal couple’s secretary, Samantha Cohen, who follows the precursor Edward Lane Fox out of the door.
A spokesman from Kensington Palace refused to comment on PA’s departure, whose name is given only as Melissa. A palate source was, however, competent to pay tribute to her.
“Melissa is a hugely talented person,” said the source. “She played a key role in the success of the royal wedding and will be missing by everyone in the Royal House.”
A palace community said, “Losing a member of the household can happen to someone. Losing three for a few months starts to look like a stamped.”
Melissa had to deal with the traumatic structure of Meghan and Prince Harry’s wedding in May, where the duke’s father, Thomas Markle, gave a continuous comment to journalists on the likelihood of his participation in the ceremony.
The 74-year-old decided not to come only five days before the wedding and left Harry asking Prince Charles to enter the crime and go Meghan up the walk.
Other members of Meghan’s family publicly complained that they had not been invited.
The royal cinema Robert Jobson claims in his new book, Charles At Seventy, which was serialized in this magazine, that Meghan’s wedding preparation was so stressful that Harry became “petulant and short-lived” with staff.
He writes: “Raising his voice sometimes Harry would insist:” What Meghan wants, she’ll get. Megan’s former agent Gina Nelthorpe-Cowne described her before the wedding as unique in her determination to succeed.
She said Meghan was reckless with her time, her attention and priorities. She was “picky” not only when concerned her clothes but also her colleagues, immediately dismissed those who did not share her “vision”
“Meghan,” said her former agent, “likes to move on.”