America might run on Dunkin', but Meghan and Harry run on fancy schmancy coffee (and their new choice of directors proves it).
Less than two weeks after Meghan and Prince Harry removed two names from their Sussex Royal Foundation directors list, they've appointed two new people to take over those roles. Previously listed as temporary directors for legal reasons, lead communications secretary Sara Latham and former civil service commissioner Natalie Campbell were both removed from the list of officers at Sussex Royal, according to The Express.
According to The Daily Mail, they've been replaced by Stefan Allesch-Taylor, a "coffee tycoon" and entrepreneurship professor of King's College London, and Steven Cooper, former Barclays businessman and CEO of the U.K.'s oldest privately owned bank, C. Hoare & Co.
The Sussex Royal Foundation was set up when the Fab Four's joint Royal Foundation split up in June, with Harry and Meghan establishing their own vehicle for their charitable work. The two couples had headed up the joint venture since Markle joined the royal family upon her marriage to Harry. Before that, the Royal Foundation was led by Harry and William, with Kate added when she married William in 2011.