The couple tied the knot in a huge ceremony at St George’s Chapel in Windsor back in May 2018, with millions of people around the world tuning in to watch.
And according to one of the new chapters in the unauthorised biography Meghan: A Hollywood Princess by Andrew Morton, Harry made his feelings clear when the tiara could not be made available for Meghan’s hair fitting with her stylist.
He writes: “The prince, who needed acupuncture to stay calm in the run-up to the wedding, was overwrought when the chosen tiara could not be made instantly available for Meghan’s hairdresser Serge Normant, who had flown from New York to work on the hair fitting.
“The Queen’s formidable dresser Angela Kelly, who is the guardian of the Queen’s jewellery, is said to have informed the irate prince that certain security protocols had to be adhered to in order to access the priceless piece.
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“A source revealed that he was told: ‘They’re kept under very tight lock and key. You can’t turn up and demand to have the tiara just because your hairdresser happens to be in town.’ Harry would have none of it, telling anyone who would listen: ‘What Meghan wants, Meghan gets.’ His ringing phrase did her no favours.”
Andrew adds that this led to Harry, rightly or wrongly, suspecting that the “old guard at the palace did not like Meghan and were deliberately trying to make life difficult for them”.
The updated book comes as Prince Harry prepares to release his own memoir next year, which will detail his time in the royal family.
The book is expected to hit the shelves next year, the same year that the Queen celebrates her historic Platinum Jubilee.
He has been secretly working on a memoir for nearly a year – and it has triggered a “tsunami of fear” in royal circles.
In a statement confirming the book, Harry said: “I’m writing this not as the prince I was born but as the man I have become.
“I’ve worn many hats over the years, both literally and figuratively, and my hope is that in telling my story – the highs and lows, the mistakes, the lessons learned.
“I can help show that no matter where we come from, we have more in common than we think.”
Andrew’s Morton’s updated version of Meghan: A Hollywood Princess is on sale online and in bookshops across the country from October 14.