Kate Middleton, her private secretary has resigned

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kate Middleton he lost his right arm. His private secretary in the past two and a half years, Hannah Cockburn-Logie has resigned for personal reasons. As published by Telegraph Cockburn-Logie would have resigned shortly after the death of Elizabeth II, that is, before Kate Middleton left the position of Duchess of Cambridge to become Princess of Wales, one of the most important positions as a member of the British royal family. The news comes after her resignation from her post director of the Royal Foundationthe charity of the Prince and Princess of Wales.

Buckingham Palace will now have to find a new private secretary, or secretary, to join the Princess of Wales as she works to define her new role within the Crown as wife to Crown Prince Charles III, who prepares for his coronation on 6 May. The job of a private secretary is primarily to coordinate correspondence of the princess and of organize your schedule and other real commitments. At public events, Cockburn-Logie was also tasked with help Kate with the gifts she received and even bring her a bag with everything she might need. The small bags that the Princess of Wales usually carries with her are more for decoration than anything else.

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Cockburn-Logie took over as Kate Middleton’s private secretary when she became the Duchess of Cambridge in June 2020, even though he had worked with her and Prince William before. As a diplomat working for the British High Commission in India, she successfully organized William and Kate Middleton’s tour of India and Bhutan in 2016. She has been by her side during the pandemic and also during the controversial trip to the Caribbean earlier this year when the Duke and Duchess faced criticism and controversy over British colonialism.

Kate Middleton with Prince Guillermo in the first place the past month of March in Jamaica. Tras ellos, Hannah Cockburn-Logie and Natalie Barrows.Karwai Tang/WireImage
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He also worked for the deceased Elizabeth II and for her role in the monarch’s visit to Slovenia she was awarded the Royal Victorian Order in 2008. More recently, in 2017, she also received an award from the OBE for her work promoting relations between Britain and India.

His departure leaves a significant void at Buckingham Palace. “Hannah is a fantastic and dynamic leader. A loyal and competent diplomat,” a palace spokesman told the newspaper. The Prince and Princess of Wales traveled to the US this week, in what was Kate’s overseas debut in her new role, and the now ex-private secretary’s duties were performed by Natalie Barrows, Kate Middleton’s deputy private secretary who, while waiting to find a replacement for Cockburn-Logie, could assume his duties.

So far Kate Middleton has had three private secretaries, two not counting the latter. Rebecca Priestleywith whom he worked for ten years, and Catherine Quinn who left his post in 2019 after two years with the Duchess.

Source: Vanity Fair

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