SEBASTIAN SHAKESPEARE: Could this be a job for one of Meghan’s ex-employees? PA for William and Kate

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This could be one for Melissa Touabti, who shocked the palace when she suddenly stepped down as the Duchess of Sussex’s personal assistant just six months after Meghan Markle got married into the royal family.

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are looking for their own new PA – and the staff tend to work longer for William and Kate.

Given the furor that Melissa’s departure caused after it was revealed by this paper’s Eden Confidential column in 2018, Prince William and Kate are highlighting the ‘exceptional’ qualities they need.

This could be one for Melissa Touabti, who shocked the palace when she suddenly stepped down as the Duchess of Sussex's personal assistant just six months after Meghan Markle got married into the royal family

This could be one for Melissa Touabti, who shocked the palace when she suddenly stepped down as the Duchess of Sussex’s personal assistant just six months after Meghan Markle got married into the royal family

The ad on the royal website emphasizes that the ability to ‘maintain confidentiality and discretion at all times is essential’.

It says, ‘We need an experienced PA to provide comprehensive administrative support to a busy team.

The role will be responsible for managing calendars, organizing meetings, organizing and assisting with visits, events and travel.

After Melissa (pictured) left her post at Meghan, a Kensington Palace source paid tribute by saying, “Melissa is an immensely talented person.”

‘Tasks will also be: handling telephone calls and drafting letters and e-mails on a regular basis.’

The ad explains that candidates must have ‘impeccable IT skills and a proactive approach’ and continues, ‘Excellent organization and communication skills are essential, as is attention to detail and a willingness to take on a wide variety of tasks . ‘

After Melissa left her post at Meghan, a source from Kensington Palace paid tribute, saying, “ Melissa is an immensely talented person.

“She played a vital role in the success of the royal wedding and will be missed by everyone in the royal family.”

She was not the first employee to leave the Sussex service.

Before her there was another PA, a young woman already employed by the palace. She stayed not long after Meghan arrived.

Both PAs signed nondisclosure agreements. There is no suggestion that Meghan was trying to stop them from talking.

Lawyers for Harry and Meghan stated that she had no knowledge of the agreements and that they believed the staff felt comfortable and happy.

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are looking for their own new PA - and staff tend to work longer for William and Kate

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are looking for their own new PA - and staff tend to work longer for William and Kate

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are looking for their own new PA – and staff tend to work longer for William and Kate

Rolling Stone Ronnie Wood’s ex-wife Jo is still sad that her son Tyrone’s romance with pop singer Rita Ora has faded.

“I loved Rita,” former Strictly contestant Jo tells me. “We used to go around, and she always called at our house. I

‘I would have loved it if it happened between them, but unfortunately that’s not the way things work.

I think you could say that her busy career meant they couldn’t spend as much time together as they wanted. ‘

Daisy is also in the mood for a performance and a kebab.

Normal People actress Daisy Edgar-Jones is enthusiastic about the relaxation of the lockdown measures.

But Daisy, 22, will have to wait until May to watch a live music performance.

“I want to go to a big, long festival and just listen to music with a crowd,” she says at an online Royal Television Society event.

“I’m really looking forward to the pre-drinks and kebab on the way home.”

Normal People actress Daisy Edgar-Jones is excited about the relaxation of lockdown measures, but she will have to wait until May to watch a live music performance

Normal People actress Daisy Edgar-Jones is excited about the relaxation of lockdown measures, but she will have to wait until May to watch a live music performance

Normal People actress Daisy Edgar-Jones is excited about the relaxation of lockdown measures, but she will have to wait until May to watch a live music performance

Daisy, who played Marianne in the BBC hit coming-of-age drama, says she turned down similar roles to avoid being typed.

“I get a lot of scripts that follow young love, so it’s only interesting when they have something else to say.”

Linda’s cookbook to feed the soul.

More than twenty years after her death, Linda McCartney releases a new cookbook From Behind the Grave.

Called Linda McCartney’s Family Kitchen, it contains ‘over 90 plant-based recipes to save the planet and feed the soul’.

With contributions from daughters Mary and Stella, and Sir Paul, the book recreates Linda’s favorite vegetarian recipes as vegan and dairy-free, complete with ‘personal stories and intimate family photos from three decades’.

Macca says, “Before anyone woke up to the idea of ​​environmental and health and animal welfare issues, Linda was engaged in vegetarianism.

At home she cooked for the family and those recipes have now been brought up to date for modern audiences. ‘

Walliams’ former love affair with Pear’s son

Weddings were banned for most couples until the lockdown was relaxed yesterday, but Lord Oakeshott’s son, Lib Dem’s son, Luke, cited exceptional circumstances so he could exchange vows with Norwegian model Sylvia Flote on Saturday.

He and Sylvia, the ex-girlfriend of comedian David Walliams, were married in a six-person ceremony at the Mayfair Library in London, so that he could continue to work as a researcher at the Dorotheum auction house in Austria.

Weddings were banned for most couples until the lockdown was relaxed yesterday, but Lib Dem's grandfather's son, Lord Oakeshott, Luke, cited exceptional circumstances so he could exchange vows with Norwegian model Sylvia Flote on Saturday.

Weddings were banned for most couples until the lockdown was relaxed yesterday, but Lib Dem's grandfather's son, Lord Oakeshott, Luke, cited exceptional circumstances so he could exchange vows with Norwegian model Sylvia Flote on Saturday.

Weddings were banned for most couples until the lockdown was relaxed yesterday, but Lib Dem’s grandfather’s son, Lord Oakeshott, Luke, cited exceptional circumstances so he could exchange vows with Norwegian model Sylvia Flote on Saturday.

Flote, 38, wore Norwegian national costume for the wedding

Flote, 38, wore Norwegian national costume for the wedding

Oakeshott, 35, opted for traditional dress for the wedding

Oakeshott, 35, opted for traditional dress for the wedding

Flote, 38, wore Norwegian national costume, while Oakeshott, 35, opted for traditional attire. “I think small weddings are going to be a trend,” she adds.

He and Sylvia, the ex-girlfriend of comedian David Walliams (pictured), got married in a six-person ceremony at the Mayfair Library in London.

He and Sylvia, the ex-girlfriend of comedian David Walliams (pictured), got married in a six-person ceremony at London's Mayfair Library.

He and Sylvia, the ex-girlfriend of comedian David Walliams (pictured), got married in a six-person ceremony at the Mayfair Library in London.

“We did it for visa reasons, but it’s not a visa wedding – we have a 20-month-old toddler to show for our love,” Sylvia tells me, referring to their son, Eilif.

“We had planned a bigger wedding, but we had to hurry because of Brexit.”

Since January 1, Britons need a Schengen visa to visit and work in the European Economic Area.

Flote, 38, wore Norwegian national costume, while Oakeshott, 35, opted for traditional attire. “I think small weddings are going to be a trend,” she adds.

“It’s much less stressful.”

Ella does motherhood standing on her head

Most moms still feel exhausted five months after giving birth, but food blogger ‘Deliciously Ella’ Mills is already doing headstands again.

‘My body felt strange in many ways and it was so tempting to make a day of it,’ says Ella, 29, who gave birth to her second daughter, May, last October, with her husband, Matthew Mills, son of the deceased. minister. Tessa Jowell.

‘But it took me 20 to 30 minutes [of yoga] most days of the last four months and little by little the feeling of knowing my body and loving it to move it has returned

Most moms still feel exhausted five months after giving birth, but food blogger 'Deliciously Ella' Mills is already doing headstands again

Most moms still feel exhausted five months after giving birth, but food blogger 'Deliciously Ella' Mills is already doing headstands again

Most moms still feel exhausted five months after giving birth, but food blogger ‘Deliciously Ella’ Mills is already doing headstands again

Ardent chef Marco Pierre White claims there are two kinds of men in life.

“There are the hungry and the greedy,” he says. “I mean hunger for life; and greedy for money. ‘

Speaking to Gentleman’s Journal, the Hell’s Kitchen star adds, ‘Everything I’ve done in my life is standard.

‘I made a name for myself by what I put on the board, not by watching TV. I didn’t do TV until after I won my three [Michelin] stars. ‘