It appears that Meghan Markle had a tiff with her grandmother-in-law, Queen Elizabeth before her wedding. According to reports in The Sun, the Queen and Meghan had a row over her choice of headgear at the wedding.
Meghan had reportedly picked a tiara with emeralds but she was told she couldn’t wear it given its history couldn’t be established and that it might have originated Russia.
When Harry got worked up when his sweet princess didn’t get what she desired, the Queen had to step in and is quoted saying: “”Meghancannot have whatever she wants…. She gets the tiara she’s given by me.”
Meghan eventually wore a tiara with platinum and diamond which was designed by Queen Mary, the current queen’s grandmother.
Family members were also believed to be incensed by Meghan’s treatment of the Royal Staff.
A source was quoted saying: “The message from the Queen was very muchMeghanneeded to think about how she speaks to staff members and be careful to follow family protocol.”
Apparently the problem was never experienced when Kate and Prince William talked to the stuff.
The insider added: “Meghancan be difficult. She has very high standards and is used to working in a Hollywood environment. However there’s a different degree of respect in the Royal household and Kate has always been very careful about how she acted around staff.”
The Queen is also believed to be unhappy over the decision to wear a veil for the wedding, given it was Meghan Markle’s second wedding.
Meghan recently announced that she was pregnant.
On November 2, Prince Harry has shared a photograph of his wife Meghan Markle cradling her baby bump during a walk through a forest in New Zealand on their recent Pacific royal tour.
The couple’s Kensington Palace residence published the image on Instagram, with a photo credit for the prince, and a caon which said the couple had returned home “inspired” by their trip.