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Meghan Markle (37) runs away from the next employee. After her personal assistant, Melissa Touabti, was said to be crying after only six months, her bodyguard now does not want to be back in half a year, reports The Times.
▶ ︎ The resolute lady who learned her craft at Scotland Yard will no longer protect the Duchess of Sussex in the future. She gained attention during the journey of Prince Harry and Meghan to Australia, Fiji and Tonga in October 2018, vigorously boosting the former pregnant actress by a crowded market.
"For someone who has not grown up in the royal family and is accustomed to being protected early on, it can be very restrictive," a source explained. "Although Meghan is a famous actress, she could still do whatever she wanted and move freely. But in her current role, she can not go anywhere without protection, and that's a massive compulsion for a person like her."
Now Harry and Meghan have to find a new protector. But it definitely should be a woman again.