Thursday , October 28 2021

EDEN CONFIDENTIAL: Palace shock as Meghan Markle's nearest aid finishes her working months after a wedding



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Working for the Duchess of Sussex has to be one of the most glamorous jobs, so surprisingly to discover that she obviously struggles to stick with key people.

I can reveal that Meghan's personal assistant has stopped suddenly, just six months after the American actress married the royal family.

"It's a real shock," says a source to me.

"Why would she like to leave such a prestigious job soon?"

Meghan's personal assistant has stopped suddenly, just six months after the American actress married the royal family

Meghan's personal assistant has stopped suddenly, just six months after the American actress married the royal family

Meghan's personal assistant has stopped suddenly, just six months after the American actress married the royal family

A spokesman from Kensington Palace refuses to comment on PA's departure, whose name is given only as Melissa. But in a very unusual way, a source of palace has been given the authority to honor her.

"Melissa is a very talented person," said the source. "She played a key role in the success of the Royal Wedding and will be missing by everyone in the Royal House."

Melissa had to deal with the traumatic structure of Meghan and Prince Harry's wedding in May, where the duke's father, Thomas Markle, gave a continuous comment to journalists about the likelihood of his participation in the ceremony.

He decided not to come only five days before the wedding and left Harry to ask Prince Charles to go into crimes and go Meghan up the hallway.

Other members of Meghan's family publicly complained that they had not been invited.

The Royal Cinema Robert Jobson claims in his new book, Charles At Seventy, which was serialized in this magazine, that Meghan's wedding preparation was so stressful that Harry became "petulant and short-lived" with staff.

A spokesman from Kensington Palace refuses to comment on PA's departure, whose name is given only as Melissa. But in a very unusual way, a source of palace has been given the authority to honor her

A spokesman from Kensington Palace refuses to comment on PA's departure, whose name is given only as Melissa. But in a very unusual way, a source of palace has been given the authority to honor her

A spokesman from Kensington Palace refuses to comment on PA's departure, whose name is given only as Melissa. But in a very unusual way, a source of palace has been given the authority to honor her

He writes: "Raising his voice sometimes Harry would insist on:" What Meghan wants, she gets. ""

Megan's former agent, Gina Nelthorpe-Cowne, described her before the wedding as unique in her determination to succeed.

She said Meghan was reckless with her time, her attention and her priorities. She was "picky" not only when it came to her clothes but also her colleagues, immediately dismissed those who did not share her "vision".

"Meghan," said her former agent, "likes to move on".

Apparently, her PA Melissa also does.

Zoe insists on the recent tax set-up is strictly over the board

Are the BBC's promises to limit tax evasion all they seem?

Because I heard that Radio 2's biggest female star Zoe Ball set up a controversial limited company just two days before it turned out she would become the station's breakfast presenter.

Corporation high-ups had promised to cut down pay staff through such arrangements because it means that stars and the BBC pay less taxes.

Radio 2's biggest female star Zoe Ball formed a controversial limited company just two days before it turned out she would become the station's breakfast presenter. Paid by a company means profits are currently taxed at 19 percent, significantly lower than a maximum tax of 45 percent

Radio 2's biggest female star Zoe Ball formed a controversial limited company just two days before it turned out she would become the station's breakfast presenter. Paid by a company means profits are currently taxed at 19 percent, significantly lower than a maximum tax of 45 percent

Radio 2's biggest female star Zoe Ball formed a controversial limited company just two days before it turned out she would become the station's breakfast presenter. Paid by a company means profits are currently taxed at 19 percent, significantly lower than a maximum tax of 45 percent

Z Ball Ltd was incorporated on October 1, and was terminated as a replacement for Chris Evans at the flagship image on October 3.

Ball insists that her Radio 2 salary will be paid by Wages, but has refused to say if the BBC will channel other fees to her through this company. She also presents BBC's weekly Strict Come Dancing spin-off, it takes two.

Paid by a company means profits are currently taxed at 19 percent, significantly lower than a maximum tax of 45 percent. It also allows the BBC to avoid paying national insurance.

Landmark Hyde Park stall is forced to close

Horses in Hyde Park are as much of a London landmark as red double-decker buses and black cabins, but they will now be a very rare sight.

Hyde Park Stables, used by royal people, including Prince and Princess Michael of Kent, have closed and they are always sold.

"It's very sad, but I can confirm we've closed the door after 30 years," says Socialite Basia Briggs, who owned the stall with her husband, Dick.

Hyde Park Stables, used by royal people, including Prince and Princess Michael of Kent, have turned off and they always sold

Hyde Park Stables, used by royal people, including Prince and Princess Michael of Kent, have turned off and they always sold

Hyde Park Stables, used by royal people, including Prince and Princess Michael of Kent, have turned off and they always sold

Famous characters, including Donald Trump and Madonna, have been on a ride in the park, where there are now "super highways".

Basia tells me: "We could not continue. Our insurers refused to continue to insure us. With all cyclists who rush around the park, it has become increasingly dangerous for horses.

And people are increasingly afraid to fall off. It is pathetic; It's half fun to ride – you can brag about falling away afterwards. These days, customers are likely to sue you, so it makes insurance companies nervous. "

The stables will be sold as property for SEK 1.75 million. "Hyde Park will not only be the same," Basia Laments.

"Hundred years ago, there were over 1000 riders in Rotten Row every day.

Instead, historian Dan Snow, married to the Duke of Westminster's sister Lady Edwina Grosvenor, has challenged her own conquests.

"I fell in love with a girl when I travel in Africa," spends the 39-year-old with a newspaper. "I had a steamy deal with this older woman." Phew!

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