The ‘loyal employees’ of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are likely to feel ‘let down’, says Katie Nicholl
The “extremely loyal employees” of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are likely to feel “abandoned” after being fired amid the “poorly managed” departure of the couple from public life, the royal expert claims
- Katie Nicholl said that the “loyal staff” of Prince Harry and Meghan will feel “down”
- Added was a clear indication that they will not divide the time between the UK and Canada
- Said the whole operation was handled poorly because the team was only busy for a year
The ‘extremely loyal’ employees released by Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are likely to feel ‘abandoned’, according to a royal commentator.
The Duke, 35, and Duchess of Sussex, 38, had 15 staff members together and closed their Buckingham Palace office in the surety that the couple and their son Archie would probably never return to the UK to live.
“Of course there is the possibility that Harry and Meghan had no choice in all of this, given their decision to give up royal duties, but their staff have been extremely loyal, so it’s likely that they will feel abandoned. “Royal commentator Katie Nicholl told him OK! Journal.
She further explained that Prince Harry had only set up his own team last year before pointing out that “the whole operation was very poorly managed.”
Royal Watcher Katie Nicholl told OK Magazine that the 15 staff members who were fired by Prince Harry and Meghan Markle were likely to feel “abandoned” by the royal family. On the photo when leaving Canada House on January 7
Project manager of the duke and duchess of Sussex, Clara Loughran née Madden, depicted at Trinity College during the royal visit to Dublin, Irelan
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex announced on January 8 that they would take a step back as senior royals and split their lives between Canada and the UK.
Katie says, however, that their decision to make their staff redundant is the “clearest indication so far” that a UK return is not on the cards.
“At best, I think it makes Harry and Meghan unfair […] by losing their entire team, it’s clear that their future is in North America, “Nicholl said.
She added that the timing was extremely uncomfortable, with the couple’s last two engagements as senior royals just around the corner, but noted that these trips were just a “token gesture.”
David Watkins, Harry and Meghan’s social media consultant from Great Britain, pictured on January 16, 2020 through the gardens of Buckingham Palace in London
Head of Communications, Sara Latham during a visit by Prince Harry and Meghan Markle to Canada House on January 7, 2020
“In all likelihood, they will appear and immediately get back on an airplane and we will not see them in the UK in the near future,” she added.
The couple will still attend the Mountbatten Festival of Music at the Royal Albert Hall on March 7 and the Commonwealth service on March 9.
Among the employees who have been released are their communications head Sara Latham, assistant communications secretary Marnie Gaffney and David Watkins, the head of their social media.
Clara Loughran also receives the pork chop, which Meghan handed over her bouquet on their wedding day on 19 May 2018.
Marnie Gaffney from London, is a member of the Royal Victorian Order of Queen Elizabeth II at Buckingham Palace in an undated photo. Deputy Assistant Communications Secretary Marnie Gaffney, is supposed to leave