Meghan Markle lost her top aide days after it was announced that Kate Middleton also lost her private secretary.

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex are still on their six-week vacation. However, according to The Sun, Markle has lost one of her top aides since the latter joined an eco-charity committed to reducing carbon emissions.

The publication was referring to Samantha Cohen. She reportedly quit her royal job and opted to work for Cool Earth as one of the co-chairs of the board of trustees.

Chon vacating her position was not a huge surprise though. She reportedly announced last year that she would be leaving her role after Markle gives birth with Archie.

“Cool Earth is delighted to welcome Samantha Cohen, former advisor to the Royal Household, as co-chair of its Board of Trustees,” Mark Ellingham announced Cohen’s appointment on Cool Earth’s website.

“Samantha’s distinguished career ranges from working for the Australian Government to the Royal Household, where she was Assistant Private Secretary to The Queen from 2011-2018, and Head of Royal Communications prior to this. As she reaches the end of her most recent role as Private Secretary to TRH The Duke and Duchess of Sussex, Samantha joins Cool Earth with a wealth of professional experience and a personal passion for protecting the world’s forests.”

Cohen was reportedly the driving force behind initiatives The Queen’s Commonwealth Canopy that protects forests around the world and highlights the importance of preservation and revival. The organization is very delighted to welcome Cohen. Among the charity’s partner is the Royal Commonwealth Society. So, Markle and Cohen are still likely to meet in the future.

Markle losing her top aide report came just days after it was announced that Middleton also lost her private secretary. The Duchess of Cambridge’s gatekeeper, Catherine Queen, left her royal post after two years to focus on her charity work.

According to sources, Middleton was a lovely lady and there were no issues about her and Quinn. Their separation was amicable.