Prince Harry surprised Meghan Markle with this particular habit at home


"Meghan can not have whatever she wants".

Prince Harry and Markle Wednesday in May in a stunning ceremony held in St George's Chapel at Windsor Castle.

The matriarch told her grandson, 34, the "difficult" Duchess of Sussex could not wear a tiara she had her "heart set on" for her wedding day, because of concerns the green emeralds "could have come from Russia".

"Since very early on she made it clear that should Meghan ever need something, or just want to chat, she shouldn't hesitate to get in touch", a source told E! She gets what tiara she's given by me, ' according to the Sun.

As for the tiara, Meghan opened up about the choice during an audio commentary for the new "Relive the Royal Wedding" exhibition at Windsor Castle.

It appears that Meghan Markle had a tiff with her grandmother-in-law, Queen Elizabeth before her wedding.

The spat led to "a very heated exchange" causing the Queen to later have a talk with the Duke of Sussex.

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The 37-year-old eventually wore a diamond and platinum headpiece chosen by the Queen, but not before a bit of royal drama ensued.

The royal insider added: "Meghan can be hard".

Meghan apparently did not understand the staff of the Royal family had to be treated with a certain amount of respect and gratitude.

Meanwhile, it's also been reported that Meghan and Kate Middleton, the Duchess of Cambridge, have butt heads over the treatment of staff. She has very high standards and is used to working in a Hollywood environment.

The insider added: "Meghan can be hard".

The queen also asked why Meghan would need a veil given this would be her second wedding.

In a new article from United Kingdom newspaper The Sun, a source revealed there was a wedding day dispute between the Duchess of Sussex and no less a royal authority than Queen Elizabeth herself.