Meghan Markle Reunited With Former Employee At St Paul’s Cathedral


Meghan Markle Reunited With Former Employee At St Paul's Cathedral

Meghan Markle has
reunited with her former employee, Samantha Cohen, at St Paul’s Cathedral.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex worked with the private secretary, who was
spotted at the Service of Thanksgiving, up until October 2019.

At the time of her exit from
the royal role, the announcement read: “The Duke and Duchess of Sussex
this afternoon received Ms. Samantha Cohen upon relinquishing her appointment as
Private Secretary to Their Royal Highnesses.”

Before her time with the
Sussexes, Samantha served as the Queen’s private secretary. Samantha
transferred to work for Harry and Meghan as their interim private secretary
whilst the couple was looking for a more permanent solution and joined the
pair on their tour of Africa as well as Meghan’s first-ever solo outing with
the Queen in Chester in June 2018.

Samantha was spotted at St Paul's Cathedral

Samantha was spotted at St Paul’s Cathedral

She went on to become the
co-chair at Cool Earth, a non-profit organization working with indigenous
communities to halt deforestation and climate change.

change and the environment are issues that the Sussexes feel very passionately
about within their work and during their royal tour of Africa in September,
Harry gave an impassioned speech, in which he said: “We are losing the
race against climate change. Everyone knows it. There’s no excuse for not
knowing that.” Fiona Mcilwham then replaced Samantha as the Sussexes’ new
private secretary.

The Duke and Duchess may have
spotted Samantha at the event as they walked past most of the congregation,
with seats on the second row alongside Princesses Beatrice and Eugenie and
their husbands, and Lady Sarah Chatto, the daughter of Princess Margaret, and
her family.

The pair were seated
behind the Earl and Countess of Wessex who is in the front row with their
children, Lady Louise Mountbatten-Windsor and Viscount Severn, and the Duke and
Duchess of Gloucester, while the Prince of Wales and Duchess of Cornwall
 have seats alongside them for the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and the
Princess Royal and her husband, Vice Admiral Tim Laurence.

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