The Duchess of Sussex cradled her blossoming baby bump as she stepped out with Harry.
Her reason for leaving the high-profile position reportedly had to do with the challenging effects of Meghan's "wish to be seen as 'one of the people.'" If you recall, Meghan broke royal protocol quite a few times since becoming the Duchess of Sussex in May, heightening her security risk while performing actions commoners take for granted, like shutting auto doors and giving out hugs.More news: 'Kingdom Hearts 3' Reveals Update Schedule, Day One Epilogue Patch Planned
Her decision to quit follows the departure of the duchess's personal assistant, Melissa Touabti, who left the palace previous year after six months in the job.
Meghan's bodyguard was not named in The Times for security reasons, though she accompanied Meghan throughout her tour of Australia, Fiji, Tonga and New Zealand last October.
The duke and duchess's private secretary, Samantha Cohen, is also set to leave as planned later this year.More news: Fury: I Already Beat Wilder, One Down, I'll Do Same To Joshua
The Duchess was also joined by several other close friends, but her brother and sister-in-law where nowhere to be seen. A Scotland Yard source told the Daily Mail: 'It's true she is leaving. Everyone was very sad at the news.
"Even though she was a famous actress, she could still do what she wanted in the way of getting around freely". Meghan, 37, looked the picture of health and was in great spirits as she arrived at Tomorrow's Women Wirral - an organisation that helps women in vulnerable circumstances. Royal biographer Robert Jobson claimed in his book, Charles at Seventy, that a stressed-out Harry became "short-tempered" with staff and insisted: "What Meghan wants, she gets". Kensington Palace said it was due to "crowd management issues". But colleagues said the bodyguard was "brilliant" and had earned the role on merit.More news: Surreal feeling that audience has accepted 'Uri…' says Vicky Kaushal