Meghan Markle: I hope my baby will be a feminist

Meghan Markle: I hope my baby will be a feminist

Meghan Markle: I hope my baby will be a feminist

The move is a shock as Amy was handpicked to work for Meghan and was tipped to succeed Samantha Cohen, who is due to step down as the Duchess's private secretary after 17 years with the Royal Family.

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.

Kensington Palace released a statement to Harpers Bazaar confirming Ms Pickerill's departure. I'm sure everyone is asking", Markle shared: "No, it's actually very sweet.

Meanwhile Meghan Markle carried out her first solo engagement with the Queen in June, with the pair visiting Cheshire together just a month after the royal wedding in Windsor.

Many believed that "nearly there" could be a major hint that Prince Harry and Meghan Markle might be having the baby sooner than later.

When asked by the chairwoman "how's the bump treating you?", the heavily pregnant duchess replied: "Very well".

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Meghan said: "If things are wrong and there is a lack of justice and an inequality, someone needs to say something - and why can't it be you?"

To mark the end of her super busy week, the Duchess of Sussex joined a discussion panel on Friday, uniting with leading feminists and national figures to mark International Women's Day. "So we are delighted to have our vice-president's support in helping others to overcome those obstacles", CEO of the Trust Nicola Brentnall said. The duchess' role will focus mainly on young leaders across the Commonwealth, and in particular on her passion for supporting women and girls.

Cohen, who became the couple's private secretary/chief of staff last summer, is set to leave the position once a replacement is found. "It started at 11, but still feels like it's just beginning!"

"It's amusing, I've actually been joking the last few weeks", the Duchess of Sussex responded. Middleton returned to public appearances less than six weeks after Prince George was born in 2013 and took a four-month break when Princess Charlotte was born in 2015.

However, reports alleging that Markle was hard to work with were untrue, the source said, just before the duchess lost another key member of her Kensington Palace staff.

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