The entire world watched Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's royal wedding in May 2018. Everything seemed perfect that day. However, the Duke of Sussex was reportedly fidgety and restless in the days leading up to one of the most keenly anticipated weddings of the century. All of this is due to his soon-to-be wife.

In an updated book titled "Meghan: A Hollywood Princess", Andrew Morton told an online tabloid that the Duke of Sussex expressed his displeasure when the tiara his fiancée wanted was not available for her hair session with the stylist.

Town and Country said Meghan Markle donned a Givenchy gown and accessorized with Queen Elizabeth II's diamond bandeau tiara from 1932. Prince Harry was reportedly so angry that he needed acupuncture to keep him calm.

Angela Kelly, Her Majesty's intimidating dresser and the protector of her jewelry (per another online tabloid), reminded the angry Prince that he must follow certain security protocols to access the costly piece.

Per the book, a source revealed that Angela told him, "They're kept under very tight lock and key and you can't turn up and demand to have the tiara just because your hairdresser happens to be in town."

But the 36-year-old Prince allegedly did not have any of it. Hence, he told anyone who would listen that "What Meghan wants, Meghan gets."

The event apparently caused the now-father of two to believe that the "old guard at the palace didn't like Meghan" and deliberately tried to make their lives miserable.

 

According to the same book, Meghan Markle apparently ruffled some feathers in the monarchy and discovered that some members were "unfriendly and jealous" of her.

Vanity Fair, meanwhile, said Meghan and Prince Harry worked for the British royal family since 2018 before going to the United States in March 2020.

However, Meghan's failure to last was owing to her inability to bond with some royals.

Andrew wrote in the book: "They felt she and Harry were [challenging] to deal with."

However, the author clarified that neither the Queen nor her late husband, Prince Philip, were envious of her.

"At a personal level, then, their departure from Britain was quietly welcomed by some in the Windsor family and their courtiers, but on an institutional level it was a heavy blow."

TOPSHOT-BRITAIN-US-ROYALS-WEDDING-CEREMONY TOPSHOT - Britain's Prince Harry, Duke of Sussex kisses his wife Meghan, Duchess of Sussex as they leave from the West Door of St George's Chapel, Windsor Castle, in Windsor, on May 19, 2018 after their wedding ceremony. DANNY LAWSON/AFP via Getty Images