The work for the Duchess of Sussex must be one of the most glamorous jobs, and how it is amazing to find that it seems to struggle to keep up with key staff members.
I can tell that Meghan's personal assistant suddenly gave up, just six months after the American actress married a royal family.
"It's a real shock," says the source.
"Why would he want such a prestigious job so fast?"
Meghan's personal assistant suddenly gave up, only six months after the American actress married a royal family
Kensington spokesman declined to comment on the departure of PA, whose name is given just like Melissa. However, in a very unusual move, the source of the palace is entitled to pay tribute to her.
"Melissa is a highly talented person," says the source. "It has played a key role in the Royal Wedding success and everyone will miss the Royal Household."
Melissa had to face the traumatic accumulation of Meghan's marriage and Prince Harry in May, in which Duchess Thomas Markle gave a commentary to reporters about the likelihood of his attendance at the ceremony.
He chose not to come only five days before the wedding, leaving Harry asking Prince Charles to focus on the injury and walk to Meghan to the passage.
The other members of Meghan's family publicly complained that they were not invited.
Royal biographer Robert Jobson claims in his new book Charles At Seventy, serialized in this paper, that Meghan's wedding preparations were so stressful that Harry became "brave and short-lived" with staff members.
Kensington spokesman declined to comment on the departure of PA, whose name is given just like Melissa. However, in a very unusual move, the source of the palace is entitled to pay tribute to her
He writes, "Occasionally raise a voice, Harry insisted:" What Meghan wants, she gets. ' "
Meghan's former agent, Gina Nelthorpe-Cowne, described her before marriage as unique in her determination to succeed.
She said Meghan was merciless with her time, her attention, and her priorities. She was "picky" not only when she came to her clothes, but her colleagues, immediately dismissing those who did not share her "vision".
"Meghan," her former agent said, "she likes to keep going."
Obviously, it is her PA Melissa.
Zoe insists that the latest tax is set strictly above the board
Are the BBC's promises to reduce tax avoidance all that they do?
I hear the biggest star of Radio 2, Zoe Ball, established a controversial limited company just two days before he found out he was going to become a breakfast manager at the station.
Corporate highs have been pledged to cut staff payments through such set-ups because it means stars and the BBC are paying less taxes.
Radio Zoe Ball, the tallest female star, has established a controversial limited company only two days before being discovered to become a breakfast manager at the station. Paying through a company means that profit is currently taxed at 19 percent, much lower than a tax of 45 percent
Z Ball Ltd. was founded on October 1st and was revealed as a substitute for Chris Evans on the BBC show on October 3rd.
Ball insists on her salary for Radio 2 Pay PAYE but refused to say whether the BBC channeled other benefits to her through this company. It also features BBC's Strictly Come Dancing spin-off It Takes Two.
Being paid through a company means that profits are currently taxed at 19 percent, much lower than the tax rate of 45 percent. It also allows the BBC to avoid paying national insurance.
Landmark Hyde Park is forced to close
Horses in Hyde Park are equally London-oriented like red buses and black cabs, but they will now be much less frequent.
Hyde Park stands, used by kings, including Prince and Princess Michael Kenta, to close and sell the stables.
"It's very sad, but I can confirm that we've closed the door after 30 years," says Social Basia Briggs, right, who was in the backyard with her husband Dick.
Hyde Park stands, used by kings, including prince and princess Michael Kenta, closed and sold stalls
Known characters, including Donald Trump and Madonna, were to park in the park, where they are now "super-highway cycles".
Basia tells me: "We simply could not continue. Our insurers refused to continue to provide us. Along with all the bikers who speeded up the park, it became increasingly dangerous for the horses.
And people are more and more afraid of the invasion. That is miserable; it's half the fun of riding – you can boast of falling afterwards. These days, customers will probably sue you so the insurers are too nervous.
It will be sold as a property of 1.75 million pounds. "Hyde Park will not be the same," Basia complains.
A hundred years ago there were more than a thousand riders in Rotten Row every day.
On the contrary, historian Dan Snow, married to Duke of Westminster's sister Lady Edwin Grosvenor, exhume his own recent conquests.
"I was afraid of a girl while traveling to Africa," the 39-year-old looks happy at the magazine. "I had a dirty connection with this older woman.