Meghan’s last aide quits ahead of royal baby birth

The Duchess of Sussex is passing on her acting tips to her husband.

The Duchess of Sussex the wife of Prince Harry Meghan Markle who is in her eighth month of pregnancy, on Friday, March 8, participated in the discussion dedicated to the global women's day and women's rights in the modern world.

Much has been made of a suspected feud between Meghan Markle and her sister-in-law, Kate Middleton, but judging by photos taken today, they're getting on just fine.

Meghan Markle's assistant private secretary, Amy Pickerill, is leaving her position.

Kensington Palace released a statement to Harpers Bazaar confirming Ms Pickerill's departure.

"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".

Diva rumours have followed Prince Harry's wife for months and now, the news has gotten worse with a third aide quitting on her.

Whether the duchess can affect meaningful change in the Commonwealth through her work with the QCT remains to be seen, but it's clear she's determined to try.

The duchess was wearing a stunning green outfit by Erdem and, despite being around seven months pregnant, showed no sign of slowing down.

News of the resignation comes after Harry and Meghan lost three palace aides within six months of the royal wedding in May a year ago.

The royal couple visited Commonwealth countries for their first oversees tour past year.

Prince Harry has spoken up about the media's false reporting on his speech to mark WE Day.

Kensington Palace declined to comment on the reports, but an insider did pay tribute to the PA.

Like Melissa, Amy had to deal with the traumatic build-up to the wedding last May, in which the Duchess's father, Thomas Markle, gave a running commentary to journalists on the likelihood of his attending the ceremony.

The French assistant who played a "pivotal role in the success of the Royal Wedding" ditched her appointment after "putting up with a lot".

  • Gwendolyn Kim