You’re not a royal until you have a royal aide!
With exactly three months to go until she ties the knot with Prince Harry, Meghan Markle has been appointed a secretary to handle her increasingly busy royal schedule along with duties.
Amy Pickerill, a former Kensington Palace press officer, was announced on Monday as the completely new assistant private secretary from the office of Prince Harry. As well as coordinating the 36-year-old Suits star’s diary, she will also take care of any correspondence Markle receives.
Markle has already carried out four public outings with the 33-year-old prince, along with Pickerill was photographed by her side at the most recent event, in Edinburgh, Scotland.
The appointment comes as completely new details continue to emerge about the highly-anticipated May 19 nuptials at St. George’s Chapel. The ceremony will officially kick off at 7 a.m. ET / 4 a.m. PT, along with be followed by a carriage procession.
After their ride Harry along with Markle will attend a reception for the congregation guests at St. George’s Hall, followed by a private evening reception held by Prince Charles for their close friends along with family.
See more on the big day below.