For many Kingdom fans, it will be a dream job, but how fun does it really make working for the Duchess Meghan? Your personal assistant must now be stopped.
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In the life of the Duchess Meghan is currently happening a lot. Prince Harry's wife has just returned from a multi-week trip to Australia and New Zealand. Now 37 years are slowly preparing for the birth of a royal baby. This should be seen in the spring of 2019 during the day. The former "Suit" actress gets support in her daily life from her personal assistant, but that is what has her work now.
At least that's what the British newspaper, the Daily Mail reports. Their reporter, Richard Eden, has written in his column about Melissa, as the woman was supposed to call, leaving work as the right hand of the Duchess of Sussex – only six months after a dream marriage. Kensington Palace refused to comment, but a court official allegedly received permission to talk about the sacking of Duchess assistant Meghan. At least, writer Richard Eden quoted: "Melissa is a very talented person who has played an important role in the success of royal marriages and will be greatly missed by the royal family."
The Meghan Duchess is said to be complicated
The reason why Meghan's personal assistant should stop was because it was still unclear. According to British newspapers, however, Prince Harry's wife is said to have his own head, as his former acting agent Gina Nelthorpe-Crowne explained a few months ago.
According to this, the Duchess Meghan must be determined in terms of time, attention and priorities, and not only tiring when it comes to her clothes, but also for her colleagues. Anyone who does not share their "vision" is said to have been fired. "Meghan likes to continue to grow," said his agent.