Harry and Meghan are the most caring people anyone could hope to work for.
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 Russian Federation.
Prince Harry and Markle Wednesday in May in a stunning ceremony held in St George's Chapel at Windsor Castle.
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. "She played a pivotal role in the success of the Royal Wedding and will be missed by everyone in the Royal Household".
Harry's habit has even been picked up by his wife Meghan, Duchess of Sussex - who was known as Meghan Markle before marrying the flame-haired royal in May this year - who didn't understand the quirk before moving in with him.
While their May 19 nuptials at St. George's Chapel were rife with lovely moments - from Prince Harry's sweet "wow" when he caught sight of his bride for the first time to Prince George consoling an upset bridesmaid - her walk down the aisle really took the cake. "She gets the tiara she's given by me".More news: Curry blow for England ahead of NZ clash
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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.
It led to what The Sun says was "a very heated exchange" - prompting the Queen to speak with Harry, 34.
Other members of Meghan's family have complained they were not invited to the nuptials on May 19th at Windsor Castle.
The Queen at Meghan Markle and Prince Harry's wedding.
News of the departure comes as more details emerged about the run up to the wedding in Royal biographer Robert Jobson's new book Charles at 70. However, the Queen wasn't entirely sure where that specific piece had come from so she urged Meghan to go for something different.