One of their recent appointments as trustee is financier and philanthropist Professor Stefan Allesch-Taylor, who founded the Afri-CAN Children’s Charity. In a 2008 interview with the Independent, Mr Allesch-Taylor revealed he kept a surprise object in his office. The piece claimed he kept piranhas in his office.
He also once donated £33,000 with his wife Becky to a girl in Iraq with leukaemia so her father could leave work to look after her.
His charitable work meant he was awarded a CBE in 2014.
As per The Daily Mirror, Sara Latham as taken up a role as head of communication.
Ms Latham was the senior advisor to Hilary Clinton’s unsuccessful 2016 Presidential campaign.
Harry and Meghan's charity team is taking shape (Image: GETTY)
Mr Allesch-Taylor has kept piranhas in his office (Image: GETTY)
She joined the household from Freuds where she oversaw global corporate accounts with a “particular emphasis on executive thought leadership and purpose-led campaigns” according to Buckingham Palace.
Sussex Royal was formed after a split from The Royal Foundation.
The Royal Foundation was formed to allow co-ordinate the charitable work of Prince William, the Duke of Cambridge alongside his younger brother Harry.
Royal expert Duncan Larcombe told The Sun: “It is clear that Meghan and Harry were initially prepared to slot in under the wing of William and Kate but that’s not how they feel a year on.”
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Sussex Royal have recently also bought in a key advisor to