Meghan Markle Received Another Honor From Queen Elizabeth On International Women’s Day

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Today, Meghan Markle the Duchess of Sussex, celebrated International Women's Day by attending a panel alongside female thought-leaders at King's College London on Friday (March 8) in London, England.

It is understood that Amy will be leaving the Royal Household altogether and moving overseas. In December 2018, it was revealed that long time staff member Cohen would be leaving Kensington Palace.

According to The Sun, Meghan's right-hand woman Amy Pickerill, who was appointed as her secretary a year ago is set to leave her position.

She shared a letter sent by 19th-century mathematician and computer pioneer Charles Babbage to Queen Victoria's husband, Prince Albert.

Confirmation that she is leaving comes just weeks after another aide suddenly resigned amid rumours that the Duchess is hard to work for.

Meghan Markle and Prince Harry kicked off the afternoon events with a visit to Canada House.

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Prince Harry and Meghan are due to join the Queen for a service at Westminster Abbey, along with other senior royals and figures from national life. And precisely for that reason, his wife the Duchess of Sussex, Meghan Markle, has chose to give him some acting lessons to boost his confidence on stage.

The duchess encouraged the attendees to speak up for social change ― though she won't be doing it 280 characters at a time.

Meghan's personal assistant Melissa Touabti resigned just six months into the job.

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Meghan's feminist vibes have also rubbed off on her royal hubby, with Harry telling a community radio station earlier this year: "As males we have to do our part [for gender equality] or it's not going to work".

The duchess returned to the public eye for her first official royal engagement on 2 October, 5-and-a-half months after giving birth and 6-and-a-half months after her final public appearance.

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