Duchess Meghan’s bodyguard has give up after lower than a 12 months, changing into the third individual to depart the previous Fits star’s employees.
The Sunday Occasions reported on Sunday, January 13, that the feminine bodyguard, who just isn’t being named for safety causes, has been working with Prince Harry’s pregnant spouse for six months and accompanied the royal couple on their tour of Australia, New Zealand, Fiji and Tonga in October.
The Scotland Yard inspector’s departure follows the resignations of Meghan’s private assistant, Melissa Touabti, who left Kensington Palace after six months, and Harry and Meghan’s personal secretary, Samantha Cohen, who’s set to depart this 12 months after working for the royal household for 17 years.
“The bodyguard is leaving Scotland Yard completely, not simply her function as PPO [personal protection officer],” a supply tells Us Weekly. “The choice to depart was private and no reflection on her time working with Meghan, who she preferred working with. She shall be missed.”
The bodyguard changed Harry’s long-term head of safety, Sergeant Invoice Renshaw, who retired final 12 months after 31 years with the police, in keeping with The Sunday Occasions, and her appointment to guide the safety group as Meghan and Harry’s chief safety officer was thought of an enormous step ahead for ladies. Scotland Yard’s Royalty and Specialist Safety department might attempt to appoint one other feminine to interchange her, in keeping with the newspaper.
The officer was thought to have been concerned within the resolution to hurry Meghan away from a market in Fiji in October amid safety issues, in keeping with the Occasions, and he or she was working with the couple on plans to put in a state-of-the-art safety system of their new dwelling, Frogmore Cottage in Windsor, England.
The Occasions reported on Friday, January 11, that the pair, who’re set to maneuver to the 10-bedroom home earlier than their first baby arrives within the spring, are spending as much as $three.eight million renovating their nation dwelling, which was a present from Queen Elizabeth II.