The editor of the Sunday Express supplement, S Magazine, is leaving after 12 years in the job.
Louise Robinson joined Express Newspapers 22 years ago as a reporter and went on to work on the news and features desk before joining S Magazine.
Robinson said she will continue to contribute to the magazine as well as the Express website.
She said: “I have had a wonderful time at the Express, particularly as editor of S Magazine, and it has been a great privilege working with so many talented journalists.”
In July last year, Richard Desmond-owned Express Newspapers announced that it would be cutting its editorial staff number from 650 to 450.
Since then, a number of high-profile journalists have left the company, including long-serving Daily Express picture editor Mick Lidbury, Sunday Express picture editor Jane Sherwood, Sunday Express home affairs editor Ted Jeory, Daily Star deputy editor Kieron Saunders, the Star's head of production Bob Hadfield, and Daily Express showbiz and media editor Elisa Roche.
Daily Express health editor Jo Willey, Daily Star showbiz reporter Nigel Pauley, Daily Star TV reporter Katie Begley and Daily Express features writer Simon Edge were also among those to leave voluntarily.