The individuals leaving Kensington Palace including Samantha Cohen, the private secretary of the couple, her predecessor Edward Lane Fox and…
The individuals leaving Kensington Palace including Samantha Cohen, the private secretary of the couple, her predecessor Edward Lane Fox and most recently a personal assistant named Melissa, whose last name is not available. The Kensington Palace sources responded to Melissa’s departure, with one describing her as “hugely talented”. They told Daily Mail: “Melissa is a hugely talented person.”
“She played a key role in the success of the royal wedding and will be missing by everyone in the royal household.”
But other royal officials were less free.
One commented the departure and said, “A real shock, why would she like to leave such a prestigious job soon?”
Another drily commented: “Losing a member of the household could happen to anyone.”
“Losing three in a few months starts to look like a stamped.”
Ms. Australian citizens ended as the couple’s private secretary earlier this year after playing a key role to help Meghan settle in royal life.
Among royal co-workers, Ms Cohen collected the nickname “Samantha the Panther” because of her determination and sometimes suddenly, according to reports. [1
9659003] She had been brought in to replace Ed Lane Fox, who went down from her post in April after working with Prince Harry for fifteen years.
A spokesman for Prince Harry said, “His royal highness is enormously grateful to Ed for his hard work during a period that has seen the launch and growth of Invictus Games, countless tours around the world and the detailed planning for his wedding. “
A profound insight into the preparations for the royal wedding in May was described in a new book, Charles At Seventy, by Robert Jobson.
Johson claims that Prince Harry was sometimes” petulant and short-lived “with his staff, apparently because of stress.
On one occasion that raised his voice, he was reported to have said, “What Meghan wants, she gets. “
The book was released in hardback on November 1, before Prince Charles 70th anniversary on Wednesday.