AceShowbiz - Crisis alert! It has been reported that British royal may be put in danger because of Meghan Markle. A new report suggests that the pregnant Duchess of Sussex, who lost a slew of her closest aides for the past few months, are demanding for more staff to be at her back and call ahead of the arrival of her first child with Prince Harry.
According to Radar Online, the frantic recruitment process puts the royal security in danger as it may inadvertently open palace doors to terrorists and stalkers. "There are so many open positions in all sorts of places at the palace that one slip-up in a background check or an interview could prove disastrous," says an insider.
The source goes on saying that it has been publicly exposed that Buckingham Palace has a weak security.
Recently, one of Meghan close aides was revealed to be quitting after the Duchess gives birth to her first child in April. According to PEOPLE, Meghan and her trusted aide Amy Pickerill are to amicably part after she's done helping the couple in that important time. The site further reveals that the assistant private secretary is planning to move abroad after leaving her position.
"They have worked together for a while now and are close," continued the source about Pickerill, who has been instrumental in "helping the duchess adjust to her new life in the U.K." She also previously accompanied the former "Suits" actress at the International Women's Day event in London on March 8 and joined her at the Commonwealth event in London on Monday, March 11.
In related news, Prince Harry went to St. Vincent's Catholic Primary School in Acton, London on Wednesday, March 20 for a royal engagement. The prince was seen warmly greeting some students and at one point, he was seen miming a baby bump on his belly. It looked like the soon-to-be dad was telling the kids about her wife's pregnancy.
Here's Harry explaining to schoolchildren that his wife is going to have a baby. pic.twitter.com/A6KvFtjc0a— Valentine Low (@valentinelow) March 20, 2019
Home-made bunting awaiting Prince Harry at St Vincent's primary school, Acton, where he is planting a tree. pic.twitter.com/FCFt1HQoNl— Valentine Low (@valentinelow) March 20, 2019
The school children were well aware of the royal baby as one of them was giving the Duke of Sussex a well-wisher for the baby. On one of the crafted banners, one student made a nod to the future baby in sweet welcome message that read, "Good luck with the baby."