Kate Middleton’s Rоyal Foundation of the Prince and Princess of Wales has bеen running without its director Hannah Cоckburn-Logie for the past two weeks.
In office since July 2020, Hannah – described as the 40 year old royal’s right-hand woman – happens to be her private secretary too, responsible for organising diaries and meetings while simultaneously accompanying Kate on trips.
It’s now been reported that a Companies House document outlines Hannah’s termination from her directorial role at the Foundation on October 31, 2022.
She remains on staff as private secretary, though – it’s not like everything’s about to fall apart.
Elsewhere, on Monday, body language expert Judi James claimed that Kate shared her concern for an “anxious” Queen Camilla Consort during the Remembrance Sunday ceremony at The Cenotaph.
“Standing beside Kate, she performed a subtle smile of acknowledgement as her wreath was laid and as she turned to Kate on their way from the balcony she threw a rather fond smile as Kate spoke to her,” she told The Mirror.
“Camilla smiled at Kate for a second time before nodding, again in a gesture of acknowledgement as she walked ahead of Kate in her new role of Queen.
“Otherwise, though, there were gestures of open anxiety from Camilla. She looked unable to keep totally still and spoke to Kate at one point but while looking straight ahead rather than turning to her.”
According to Judi, Kate subsequently “turned her head” towards the 75 year old in a gesture of “polite concern”.
“Kate’s calm and very still body language was in contrast to Camilla’s nervous movements that showed the most in the fluttering of her hymn sheet as her two hands fiddled with it throughout.”
The ceremony itself, which featured a two-minute display of silence, was also attended by Prime Minister Rishi Sunak and his wife Akshata Murthy, Labour leader Sir Keir Starmer and Mayor of London, Sadiq Khan.