UPDATE: The DailyMail reports the Queen was none too pleased when her grandson Prince Harry used offensive language to express his extreme displeasure for her closest aid. According to the media outlet, Prince Harry did not feel as though the Queen’s longtime dresser Angela Kelly tried her best to help Meghan try on a tiara that the couple had chosen for their 2018 wedding.
Harry reportedly used offensive language to express his displeasure vocally. When news of the outburst met the ear of the Queen, the royal monarch summed her grandson to a private meeting.
“He was put firmly in his place,” said a Royal source. “He had been downright rude.”
Kelly reportedly was unable to help Meghan and her hairdresser get the tiara she requested due to short notice.
Sadly, the drama after the Royal wedding continues. Two years after Meghan Markle and Prince Harry tied the knot with lovely nuptials, controversy has begun to bubble up behind the tiara worn by the former Duchess of Sussex as she walked down the aisle in May 2018.
Veteran royal journalists Omid Scobie and Carolyn Durand reportedly get into the juicy details of why Meghan did not wear the tiara of her choice, but instead one that was selected for her by the Queen in their soon-to-be-released book, Finding Freedom: Harry and Meghan and the Making of a Modern Royal Family.
People Magazine reported that a Royal insider stated that The Queen told Prince Harry: “Meghan cannot have whatever she wants. She gets what tiara she's given by me.”
“The Queen also questioned why Meghan needed a veil for the wedding, given it was to be her second marriage,” the source alleged.
According to the book, there were no disagreements between Meghan and the Queen about her chosen tiara, but Harry was reportedly none too pleased by the actions of the Queen's longtime dresser, Angela Kelly.
Scobie and Durand wrote that Harry felt that Angela, who earned her position as the senior dresser and personal assistant after working her way up the ranks since 2002, was dragging her feet in helping Meghan obtain access to her chosen tiara for a trial run.
The controversial diamond tiara the Queen selected was worn by her grandmother, Queen Mary, in 1932. It entails a brilliant floral-shaped brooch in the center made of a large round diamond surrounded by nine smaller circular diamonds.
The bandeau is a flexible band of 11 intricate glittering sections with interlaced ovals and paves set with large and small gleaming diamonds.
A spokesperson for Meghan, 38, and Harry, 35, stated that the parents of Archie, “Were not interviewed and did not contribute to Finding Freedom. This book is based on the authors’ own experiences as members of the royal press corps and their own independent reporting."
We wonder what other details of the wedding will unfold in this book that will be released on August 11. Will you be reading?
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