Megan Mark has tons of things on the plate. Duchess Sussex just got out of the way to start a pregnancy vacation, but she is still very busy. Mark must give birth to a Sussex child at the end of April or early May. However, before that, she and Prince Harry moved from their 2-bedroom apartment to the Kingsington Palace in London to their 10-bedroom house, Frogmore House in Windsor.
In addition to settling in his new home, the Duke and the Duchess split their family from Prince William and Duchess Kate Middleton. Thanks to the mass of work and the child on the way – the royal staff of Markla is in vain to keep up. Unfortunately, the Duchess Sussex should lose another member of the royal service after the birth of a Sussex child.
Why the most trusted assistant of Megan Mark survived after the birth of a Sussex child?
Trusted assistant Megan Marlla and a good friend ̵
Pickerl has been a member of the British royal family for some time. She began working as a member of the press team before moving to a position in the private office
Why Megan Mark is accused of heaviness?
Although she was a famous actress who was accustomed to the public, being royal, she brings a very different pressure. Insider told Daily Mail: "Although [Meghan] was a famous actress, she was still able to do what she wanted to get around freely, but in her current role she could not go anywhere without her team of protection, and this is a huge restraining force for man , how is she. "
Although Mark could work at his own speed and walk his own drum, it is certainly not difficult for her to work or for her. The Royal Insider told ET: "She has many loyal assistants who love to work with her and impressed with her commitment to humanitarian initiatives and her openness to learning from experienced court and palace staff about the royal protocol."
Since she and Prince Harry took part in October 2017 – Megan Mark has put his best leg forward when navigating royal life. Although she loves her new family and her charitable work – the duchess is still in the midst of the adaptation period.
The Royal biographer Penny Junor believes that Marl finds royal life a bit more difficult.