Why the ex-head of their foundation left Harry and Meghan Markle

Saint Laurent shared what it was like working for the Duke and Duchess.

Catherine Saint Laurent, 40, has been heading the charitable consulting firm she co-founded with Rebecca Goldman since April this year. The philanthropic advisor has a brilliant resume: she worked with Bill Gates before taking over as head of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle Foundation.

Katherine joined the charity Archewell after the Sussex drove 15 employees in January 2020. But she only held this position for 11 months, after which she unexpectedly quit.

In the immediate aftermath of her surprisingly hasty departure, insiders reported that Saint Laurent was being forced to perform tasks outside the scope of her contract. However, in a recent interview with The Cut, the former head of the nonprofit Archewell says only good things about Harry and Meghan.

“It was an incredible experience. They are very talented and creative leaders,” said Katherine.

She noted that the couple “has the potential” to become very influential in the social field, and even added that she would not mind working with them again.

Saint Laurent stepped down from her position amid a March scandal when information leaked to the media that Meghan Markle had bullied the palace staff. The Times wrote about this, referring to a letter from the former press secretary of the Duchess of Sussex.

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