Prince Harry’s new boss refuses to disclose how much money he will earn or hours he will work

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Prince Harry's new boss has refused to reveal the salary he will receive or how many hours he will work as he lands his first jobs since leaving royal life.

The 36 year old announced earlier this month that he and his pregnant wife Meghan Markle, 39, would permanently be stepping down as 'senior' members of the Royal family.

Earlier this week, it was confirmed that he would take on the role of Chief Impact Officer at life coaching company BetterUp, with his boss now opening up on his employment.

Alex Robichaux, who Harry met through a mutual friend last year, spoke to BBC News, revealing that Harry has already started the job.

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However, he refused to disclose how much money Harry is being paid for the role and how many hours he is working a week.

He did say that the Duke of Sussex "likes to be called Harry in the workplace, so we just address him as Harry."

Alex continued: "He's been in the role for a couple of months and we're really excited to share the news with the world.


"He's focusing on a few areas… helping to change the dialogue around mental health to focus on strength building and mental fitness.

"The most impressing thing has been his focus singularly on how can he be of service, how can he advance his vision and his mission and how can we make a positive impact on the world together.

"He's got an incredible attitude and he is filled with energy and enthusiasm."

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In a separate interview, Alex told Sky News: "We were just so impressed, and really I think there was such a natural chemistry and synergy around the insights and the contributions he can make creatively to BetterUp in ensuring that we achieve our mission.

"Bigger than commercial success, this is about global impact. And so as we crafted the role together, those four buckets of opportunities, we came to the title 'chief impact officer', really denoting that he's focused on our mission and he's focused on ensuring that we're doing everything we can to achieve our mission on a bigger and larger and grander scale to impact the lives of more people."

Harry said of his new role in a statement on Tuesday: "I intend to help create impact in people's lives.

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"Proactive coaching provides endless possibilities for personal development, increased awareness, and an all-round better life."

The day after the announcement, it was confirmed that Harry had landed a second job.

His second job will see him fulfil the role of Information Disorder Commissioner at Aspen Institute.

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