Meghan Markle’s assistant private secretary, Amy Pickerill, and interim private secretary, Samantha Cohen, will leave the duchess after she gives birth. The resignation news invigorates rumors on her diva attitude toward her staff. But in reality, there is no drama involved.

The Duchess of Sussex created quite a stir leading up to her wedding when the crying rumors involving Kate Middleton spread. Upon Meghan’s arrival in the palace, staff started to leave, which grounded the diva speculations. Tabloids even called Meghan “Duchess Difficult.”

Now the “Duchess Difficult” is in the headlines again after reports of one staff quitting her position. Meghan’s assistant private secretary, Amy Pickerill, has resigned from her post and intends to leave her post after the duchess gives birth.

But there is no drama surrounding Pickerill’s resignation. The private secretary expressed her intentions to leave The Firm (or the royal family) a year prior. Pickerill has worked at the Palace since 2016 and has decided she will live abroad after the Duchess of Sussex gives birth to her first baby.

The duchess and Pickerill are in close ties. In fact, Pickerill has helped Meghan adjust to royal life and will remain as a personal adviser to the duchess. She had also worked as a personal adviser to the duchess during her “Suits” days and aided her in her official royal duties.

A palace insider told Harper’s Bazaar that the duchess was sad to see Pickerill go but is happy with her new ventures abroad. “Amy had originally planned on staying until at least the end of the year,” the source said. “[B]ut with the baby coming it makes sense to help recruit someone now who can pick up when The Duchess returns to her official work,” the source continued.

In December, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex’s private secretary, Samantha Cohen, has expressed intentions for exit too once Baby Sussex is born. Cohen has worked with the royal family for 17 years and is one of the most trusted aides of the Queen. Cohen trained Meghan to transition from a commoner to the duchess that she is now.

Cohen served Prince Harry and Meghan under a temporary replacement. The royal wanted to keep her permanently, but Cohen planned to stick to her plan and move on.