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Meghan Markle and Harry reorganize their communications


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Meghan Markle and Harry have brought in two big names to manage their communication. Gone are the days of the nonsense!

Following their departure to the United States, Meghan Markle and Harry wanted to become totally independent and manage everything by themselves. Except that the couple has had a couple of setbacks due to their lack of expertise in terms of communication.

So, the Sussex decided to get their hands on the wallet so they wouldn’t make any more mistakes, and so they wouldn’t have to risk going to court to sue certain media organizations, for example. PRWeek reports that the couple has appointed a new head of communications and a press officer.

“The Office of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex has appointed Pinterest’s former head of communications, Christine Schirmer, to the newly created position of head of communications and Toya Holness as press officer,” it says.

A few months ago, Dickie Arbiter, the Queen’s former spokesperson, was amazed at the way the couple managed their communication. At the time, the Sussex had shocked by revealing through their spokesperson that they had called Elizabeth II on her 94th birthday. An exchange that should have remained secret.


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They understand nothing about communication

“Messages from the family are private and should remain private. Yes, she (Editor’s note: Queen Elizabeth II) receives many greetings from across the country and around the world, but family messages are private.

The fact that Harry and Meghan make them public shows that they don’t understand communication. Who’s running this? I don’t know,” Dickie Arbiter told the Daily Mail. This is not the first time the couple’s communication problems have been pointed out.

Those who have already declared war on the British media are said to be communicating far too Hollywood-style in the eyes of the experts. These two appointments should then allow the couple to adjust the shot.

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