"They will stay in touch and Amy will remain as a personal adviser to her in the longer term". The source says Pickerill simply wants to live overseas and pursue new experiences.
Although Kensington Palace didn't cite a particular reason for more diligent protocols, sources told CNN that the royal family was taking social media precautions given a rise in "racist online abuse" targeting Duchess of Sussex Meghan Markle ever since she announced her pregnancy.
Staff shakeups in the House of Sussex are continuing, as Meghan Markleand Prince Harry count down the days until they welcome their first child.
Meghan Markle sure is on her way to becoming a global feminist role model if she already isn't.
Since his courtship with his left-liberal wife began, however, things have changed, with his relationship with older brother Willian and sister-in-law Kate allegedly becoming strained, with one correspondent warning the prince should be careful not to "turn himself into some celebrity" who people will "tire of".
"We are enormously grateful to The Duke and Duchess of Sussex for this signal of commitment they are making to our work, helping The Queen's Commonwealth Trust to pursue its ambitions right across the Commonwealth and beyond", he added on the Queen's Commonwealth Trust's official website.
Samantha Cohen, who only joined the Sussex's household recently, will also be leaving.
Cohen, who is originally from Australia, said she would leave the royal household once the new baby had arrived.
On Friday morning, while Meghan was discussing women's issues with several influential women, including Annie Lennox (founder of The Circle) and Adwoa Aboah (founder of Gurls Talk), one person asked the question we're all wondering: "How is that bump treating you?"