A KEY member of Team Meghan, social entrepreneur Natalie Campbell, has quit for a new job.
Natalie was Harry and Meghans big hire to lead their Sussex Royal charity foundation.
The diversity campaigner is leaving to become the CEO of water company Belu.
She has been in the directors job a matter of months, after she was poached from William and Kates Royal Foundation last August.
She is the ninth member of staff to have quit the Sussexes within the past 18 months after two key comms staff, Meghans deputy private secretary, the couples private secretary, Meghans PA and female bodyguard and two nannies.
Natalie worked with Meghan on cookbook Together, which shone a light on the Hubb Kitchen, a group who came together to prepare fresh meals following the Grenfell Tower fire tragedy.
Natalie will start at the beginning of March, and she released a statement about her new job.
She said: It is a career highlight to be joining Belu at such an exciting time for the business and the social enterprise movement more broadly.
“I have been an admirer from afar for the last 10 years; leading Belu into the next 10 continuing purposeful growth and changing lives as a result is a privilege and honour.
“The world needs more businesses that put the environment, human rights and sustainable practice at the core of their values and operations, I cant wait to get started.