Meghan Markle Gets New Role on International Women's Day


Amy Pickerill, who was appointed assistant private secretary for Meghan Markle in January past year, has reportedly resigned from her post. (Harry has been appointed the Youth Ambassador to the family of 53 nations loosely linked to the U.K.) Cohen also helped shepherd the Duke and Duchess of Sussex's tour Down Under in October.

Meghan, Britain's Duchess of Sussex, has admitted she doesn't engage with Twitter or read newspapers, in an effort to avoid "getting muddled" by the "noise", the UK's Press Association (PA) news agency reports.

Everything is changing at Kensington Palace.

A few months before the royal wedding in May of previous year however, she was forced to close all of them. "The Duchess will be very sad to see her go, but is excited for her as Amy has exciting plans ahead including spending some time overseas", it reads.

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Pickerill is Markle's third Kensington Palace aide to leave her job over the past couple of months.

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A friend of Amy insists she has a warm relationship with Meghan, adding: "She has agreed to stay on to help them with the birth of the baby and organise their new household, but will then move on".

Meghan's personal assistant, Melissa, resigned towards the end of 2018 with a source confirming to the Daily Mail, it was a "real shock". The source says Pickerill simply wants to live overseas and pursue new experiences.

In another first for the royal family, however, the Duchess of Sussex last week spoke out about "period poverty", referring to girls in the United Kingdom and the rest of the world who are forced to miss school because they can not afford to buy sanitary products.

'Her enviable look is one that many expecting mothers utilise as showing your legs gives a spring feeling when you may want to keep over areas of your body covered'.

Elsewhere, the duchess has been in the headlines in recent weeks amid claims both her and Catherine have fallen victim to a stream of cruel online comments from trolls.

Samantha was reportedly tasked with teaching the new Duchess all about royal etiquette.