Duchess of Sussex loses third key aide in just months

The Duchess of Sussex has revealed she does not read newspapers or engage with Twitter to avoid getting "muddled" by the "noise", whether positive or negative.

Looking back on her own life fighting for women's rights, Meghan said it first began at the age of 11.

"I'd seen this documentary on Netflix on feminism and one of the things they said during pregnancy was, "I feel the embryonic kicking of feminism"," the American divorcee, 37, told her audience at the Queen's Commonwealth Trust event, hosted by King's College London.

Pickerill, who started her career at Kensington Palace as a press spokesperson, has been "instrumental in helping the duchess adjust to her new life in the United Kingdom", the source says.

Last week, the royal family issued a set of guidelines for users who choose to interact with their social media channels and warned trouble makers that any comments containing "obscene, offensive, threatening, abusive, hateful" or discriminatory language will be banned.

Likewise, Samantha Cohen is also leaving her post in the royal household, after nearly 20 years of service.

It's believed Amy will leave her post after Meghan and Harry move to Frogmore Cottage in Windsor this month. "Meghan put a lot of demands on her and it ended up with her in tears", an insider claimed to the British publication about Touabti.

Husband Harry, younger son of heir to the throne Charles, Prince of Wales, was once considered something of a black sheep himself, and like the Queen's husband Prince Philip - his grandfather - prone to the occasional politically incorrect gaffe.

"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".

Following reports that palace employees have taken extra measures to monitor the royal family's public social accounts, a new article is claiming the hateful comments have Meghan and Harry anxious about their safety.

  • Kyle Peterson