UK. – Working for the royal family is considered a privilege in the UK and vacant plants attract an endless number of candidates. Therefore, it is strange that one of them The assistants of Meghan Markle I gave up just six months to make an impeccable job at the royal wedding.
A source surveyed by the Daily Mail commented: "It's a real shock. Why would I want to leave a job so prestigious so fast. "
Although at first the spokesman for the Kensington Palace refused to comment on the departure of this woman named Melissa, in an unusual act, an anonymous source of the palace was authorized to "teach", so to say, a recognition of his work , reported who.
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"Melissa is a very talented person. She played a key role in the success of the royal wedding and would be missed by everyone in the Royal House, "it was how forceful it was. This meant that his work at the Palace was excellent and that his departure could be due to another reason, maybe a lack of understanding with the duchess of Sussex.
Melissa, for example, had to deal with the crisis before the wedding suffered by the Sussex ducers when they learned of the refusal Thom Markle to participate at the wedding and take his daughter to the altar just a few days before.
This information is published with the release of the book "Charles at 70" by journalist Robert Jobson, in which he assures that Kate Middleton had a friction with Meghan for the way they treat staff of the palace. The Duchess of Cambridge has repeatedly asked former actresses to moderate their manners with staff.
But Meghan's demanding character is not new, but comes from her time as an actress in the Suits series. Your former agent, Gina Nelthorpe-Cowne came to describe her as a determined woman to succeed, no matter what happened.
Gina said that Meghan she was ruthless in her time, with the necessary attention and priorities. She was "delicate" altogether, her clothes, her schedule, in her relationship with her colleagues, and if a worker did not feel good enough, she rejected it because she did not share her vision. Meghan "liked to go further."