Duchess Kate's press secretary resigns from post after 10 years

Kate Middleton is looking for a new right-hand woman.

The Duchess of Cambridge's press secretary since 2012, Rebecca Deacon, is leaving her post in the summer, Kensington Palace confirmed.

Deacon, 34, has been employed by the British royal family for 10 years. She worked for Prince Harry's charity, Sentebale, before becoming Kate's wing woman.

Her main duty includes organizing the mother-of-two's public appearances and engagements. Over the years, she has been photographed with her royal boss during previous outings.

The departure of Kate's longtime employee comes at no surprise considering she's tying the knot with her beau, Adam Priestley, later this month.

Her nuptials will take place at the Chapel Royal at St. James's Palace, an exclusive London venue only used by notable figures closely tied to the royal family. Of course, her boss hooked her up with the lavish location. The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have RSVPd to the big day.

Deacon's departure means there will soon be a vacancy on Kate's staff. Can you imagine the listing for that job?

We expect the insurance benefits to be top notch, but the only perk we're eagerly hoping for is a chance to play dress-up in the closet of our dreams!

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