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Meghan Markle is saying goodbye to her close aide, Amy Pickerill.

The Daily Mail's Richard Eden has reported that Amy Pickerill, who was appointed as the Duchess of Sussex's assistant private secretary just a year ago, will bail on her job after Meghan, 37, and Harry, 34, move to Frogmore Cottage in Windsor this month.

She said: "When I was just 11 years old, I unknowingly and somehow accidentally became a female advocate".

Earlier this week, the British royal family announced a set of social media guidelines to create a "safe environment" against commentary considered to be discriminatory, threatening, abusive, hateful, and violent, to name a few. According to The Times, Markle was hoping to keep her on permanently.

Cohen will stay on staff until Markle gives birth to her fist child, who is reportedly due in April.

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A royal source said, "Amy is leaving".

After leaving her position as Meghan's assistant private secretary, Pickerill plans to move overseas, PEOPLE confirms.

Pickerill was also responsible for the former Suits star's diary, as well as preparing her briefs ahead of every ahead of every royal engagement. Meghan's personal assistant Melissa Touabti resigned just six months into the job.

Meanwhile, speaking about the future of gender equality, Meghan added that both men and women need to be involved.

Husband Harry, younger son of heir to the throne Charles, Prince of Wales, was once considered something of a black sheep himself, and like the Queen's husband Prince Philip - his grandfather - prone to the occasional politically incorrect gaffe.

Following reports that palace employees have taken extra measures to monitor the royal family's public social accounts, a new article is claiming the hateful comments have Meghan and Harry anxious about their safety.

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