Royal insider reveals what it is really like to work for Meghan Markle
For the last few weeks, there have been plenty of reports about how Meghan Markle is a demanding boss and "difficult" to work for.
There were the reports that staff members at Kensington Palace had given the Duchess of Sussex the nickname "Duchess Difficult", and that they were finding her difficult to work with.
And then there were the claims that the former actress sends her staff members "six or seven texts a day" emails and text messages throughout the day, some as early as 5am. This is said to have earned her the nickname 'Hurricane Meghan'.
However, a royal source close to the Duke and Duchess of Sussex told Elle what working for Meghan is really like - and how reports of her being difficult are "absolutely untrue".
According to the insider, the mum-to-be is really well-liked by her staff members - and they are actually excited by her "ideas and enthusiasm."
They explained that Meghan is anxious to learn about the royal protocols, and takes her new role very seriously. She is a quick learner, according to the source, and has been receptive to the advice she has given.
Essentially, it sounds like people are just trying to help her adjust to her new life - and she's reportedly very grateful for it.