Ever since Meghan Markle was welcomed into the royal family, people have been watching her every move.
How she dresses, how she acts, and even how she speaks to those around her is constantly criticized. It seems a bit unfair, as she is obviously doing everything in her power to be seen in a positive light, and yet people still have criticisms over her actions.
The latest accusation against the Duchess of Sussex are claiming that she is making the staff at the palace uncomfortable.
But here's the thing, the reason why they are uncomfortable with her isn't because she's being rude or anything like that, it's that she's simply so hard working that sources are claiming they aren't used to this amount of energy.
The Daily Mail referred to her as "Hurricane Meghan" thanks to the fact that each morning, she wakes up at 5 a.m. and begins her day by sending the staff several messages about ideas she has about the events coming up and how she wants to shape her role as Duchess.
Sources told The Daily Mail that her "formidable work ethic" has apparently led her to take on some "undercover" events where she meets some of the British people involved with causes she believes in outside of her royal duties.
The article also suggests that Meghan's hard-working attitude may be what caused some of the royal aides to move on.
Since the couple married, a few employees have left the palace, including someone referred to as "Melissa," who sources claim "played a pivotal role in the success of the royal wedding and will be missed by everyone in the royal household."
Apparently, Melissa was part of the team in charge of dealing with Meghan's father, which has obviously been a difficult situation.
Prince Harry's private secretary Edward Lane Fox, also resigned over the summer, leaving the couple in need of more help. Samantha Cohen, a former assistant to the queen, has taken over.
With the couple going on such a whirlwind tour in their first year of marriage and the exciting news that Meghan is expecting, it's kind of understandable that she is overwhelmed and looking for some kind of control over her life. Personally, I don't find it crazy that she is making lists at 5 a.m., as long as she isn't rude about it.
But who knows what it's really like behind those palace walls!
Do you think you could ever work for the royal family? Or would you find it way too overwhelming?