Meghan Markle and Prince Harry will be anxious of their future outside of Royal Family, an expert claimed.
Royal commentator Omid Scobie warned that the couple, who are due to quit the royal family at the end of the month, will be wary of leaving their staff behind as they start their new life.
During their time as high-profile royals, he told Access Hollywood, their team shielded them from criticism and supported them in their work.
But they are likely to be feeling a sense of foreboding about going it alone, he said.
Meghan and Harry fulfilled their final royal duties last week and have since said their goodbyes to their staff.
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Mr Scobie said: "For Meghan Markle saying goodbye to her staff didn't just represent a sad ending for the relationship that they had working together, it also represented the end of her time as a working member of the Royal family.
"The emotions were really heightened and there were tears and hugs.
"I think for Meghan she really appreciates the work that this very small team, that has become like a family to the couple, have done for them.
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"They helped them fend off attacks from the tabloids and helped them organise tours and the amazing engagements.
"It is that team that make all of that happen.
"For Harry and Meghan to leave all that behind there is probably going to be a sense of fear.
"This is because they will be starting with an entirely new group of people once they are fully out of the Royal Family.
"That is going to take some time to really get used to."
And he added that the pair will now lose a number of privileges as a result of their decision to leave.
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Mr Scobie continued: "While they may be making sacrifices of their own, they are losing a lot of privileges as non-working members of the Royal Family.
"Harry gave up his honouree military titles which has probably been the toughest pill to swallow for them."
He said that keeping Archie safe was the driving force behind their decision to step back.
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