Since officially to the British royal family on May 19, with her marriage to Prince Harry, Meghan Markle, The Duchess of Sussex, have become a major factor in the daily work of the family. She has a hard work program that says that "people have been" less breathing of air and more comfortably. "
According to a specific report in Britain Daily Mail, the shower will run out of bed every day at 5m, "rain or shine", and a & # 39; catch the earth to run, often to # 39; shooting many text messaging to the royal staff assigned to help her, and earn her name as "Hurricane Meghan". "
"Hurricane Meghan" eliminates all the governing books from fashion to friendship, diplomacy to the doors of the car doors (the Duchess are closing to her own ), "an Day Mail recited.
Although it is believed to have a warm relationship with her grandmother, Queen Elizabeth II, Markle's independence, especially when it comes to its fashion options, sometimes expresses the unique traditional monarch, which is referred to as a "sticker for the rules, "according to the Day Mail report.
But it is the unfinished energy that the TV player enjoys from 37 years of age. bringing to the new work that has been causing the greatest concern among the palace representatives, the report says.
"It rises early, up at 5 a.m. water or water, and it is said that the palace staff had never done anything like the amazing workstations of Meghan," said the paper. "Apart from its public duties, Meghan has been running a series of protected enterprises to meet British people, especially those associated with the causes good. "
Markle "" and "West Coast energy power" have proved to be "uncomfortable" with the regular representation of royal-based royal staff and said that there were pipers with text messaging "six or seven" a day.
Apparently, he did not even do the recent news about his problem to stop the wild distance of everyday work – but has been another obstacle to created for royal workers. That is, the mother who creates a new level of security concerns is expected, according to a report by ExpressSouth Westerly
"It's more serious now now that she is really tricky," said Matt Fiddes, a security co-ordinator of security for Michael Jackson, a newspaper boss. "100 per cent need more security for Meghan, I have seen it with other celebrities. As they grow larger and more often, there is always more demand. Her Royal duties and she will add more security to her. "