Meghan lost a second personal assistant amid reports she is "too difficult" to work with. Samantha Cohen, 50, is Meghan's 2nd personal assistant to announce her departure.
Cohen, a respected Kensington Palace employee for 17 years, announced she will leave after Meghan's baby is born next spring.
Cohen worked for Queen Elizabeth as her private secretary and then press secretary. She was persuaded to work for Prince Harry and Meghan on an interim basis.
Another personal assistant, Melissa Touabti, quit after six months, amid rumors that Megan Markle's behavior left her in tears.
Meghan, 37, is described as a "demanding boss" who requests staff to arrive as early as 5 a.m. for work.
There are also reports that Meghan's behavior is causing a rift between brothers Harry and William, who were once very close.
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