Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have just hired Hillary Clinton’s campaign advisor

Dream team.

Dream team.

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are one of the most talked about couples in the world, from their exciting baby news (due in April, people!) to their sweet couple moments.

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex have made the most news however for their staffing issues, with Meghan’s Assistant Private Secretary announcing her departure this week, the fourth member of Harry and Meghan’s staff to resign in recent months.

This week however, the couple hired a new staffer, and she’s sure to be the dream addition.

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Harry and Meghan have appointed Sara Latham as the new head of their communications team, now that their official office is moving from Kensington Palace to Buckingham Palace.

And to say that Sara is overqualified would be a huge understatement, with the new recruit previously working as Hillary Clinton’s campaign advisor.

‘[Sara] joins from Freuds where she oversaw global corporate accounts with a particular emphasis on executive thought leadership and purpose-led campaigns,’ reads the statement from the Palace, according to Vanity Fair.

Sara was not only a former senior advisor on Hillary Clinton’s presidential campaign for the 2016 election, but she also worked at the White House for Bill Clinton in the 1990s. Not to mention, she boasts some political experience in the UK too, serving as Special Advisor to the Secretary of State for Culture, Media, Sport and Olympics between 2005 and 2006.

Well, it looks like Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are definitely in very good hands.

Jenny Proudfoot
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