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The Duke and Duchess of Sussex’s Chief of Staff resigns

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex’s Chief of Staff has resigned after less than a year in the role. Catherine St-Laurent, who previously held senior positions at the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, joined Harry and Meghan in April 2020. In addition to serving as the couple’s chief of staff, she was also the executive director of their nonprofit organization, Archewell Foundation. A Sussexes spokesman confirmed that the Montreal-born mother of two will have an “advisory” role and will be replaced by James Holt, the couple’s UK spokesman. It comes after Harry and Meghan named Ben Browning as Archewell’s Head of Content to “work closely with Netflix and Spotify,” with whom the couple signed multi-million dollar deals last year. This means that the two most powerful people on the Sussexes top team are now both white men, despite the couple having expressed concerns about a lack of diversity in the royal family. A statement made on Archewell’s behalf made it clear that she would also be advised by Invisible Hand, a “women-led, diverse team” based in New York and led by Genevieve Roth. Toya Holness, Archewell’s global press officer, said, “Archewell is incredibly excited to welcome Ben, Genevieve and the Invisible Hand team to the organization.” Along with the appointment of James Holt as Executive Director of the Archewell Foundation, they quickly join an expansion of the team that is intensely dedicated to promoting systemic cultural change and supporting compassionate communities around the world. “

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