The Duchess will be very sad to see her go, but is excited for her as Amy has exciting plans ahead including spending some time overseas.
When asked later if she looked at Twitter she replied: "No, sorry no". "For me that is my personal preference".
Throughout her pregnancy, Markle has been very busy, kicking off with a 16-day royal tour of Australia, Fiji, Tonga, and New Zealand with Prince Harry right after her pregnancy was announced. This is something that's going to be part of the conversation forever, ' Meghan stated.
The Duchess of Sussex is greeted by Lord Geidt, former Private Secretary to Queen Elizabeth II and The Queen's Commonwealth Trust chairman, as she arrives for a panel discussion convened by The Queen's Commonwealth Trust to mark International Women's Day at King's College in London.
Ms Pickerill, who had joined the team following the royal wedding, had been expected to replace the Duchess's private secretary Samantha Cohen who also recently revealed that she will depart once the baby is born.
Diva rumours have followed Prince Harry's wife for months and now, the news has gotten worse with a third aide quitting on her.
This comes after Palace officials published a number of new social media guidelines when it comes to online users interacting with the royal family.
Meghan also talked about how action needs to be more than hashtag activism, saying that "Hashtags are not enough".
Also, royal correspondent Richard Palmer has written, "It is clear that Meghan is regarded as hard and demanding by some in the family and on the staff". In the early days of her relationship with Harry, royal fans would fawn over her Instagram feed in the vain hope of deciphering clues about their relationship.
One royal who isn't shying away from social platforms is the monarch herself.
Cream appears to be a firm favourite of Meghan; back in January the outfit she wore to visit the "Mayhew" animal welfare charity in London was a budget copy of her Natural History Museum get-up, with a turtleneck dress from high street store H&M's maternity range.
She shared a letter sent by 19th-century mathematician and computer pioneer Charles Babbage to Queen Victoria's husband, Prince Albert. In her first big post-Harry interview, she told Vanity Fair she loves the chili oil at Terroni, for one thing.