The Queen apparently told Harry off over Meghan's wedding day tiara choice

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And it was all because Meghan was not allowed to wear her first choice tiara, when officially becoming the Duchess of Sussex, The Sun reports.

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.

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.

"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!

"And that's now something that I'm obsessed with as well", father-to-be Harry revealed, with Prince William agreeing, "I know, I've got serious OCD on light switches now, which is bad".

However, the Queen then asked to see Harry "privately" and "put him firmly in place", according to Mr Jobson.

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The Queen has reportedly "had words" with Harry, telling him his wife Meghan Markle "cannot have whatever she wants".

A source close to the family said: 'There was a very heated exchange that prompted the Queen to speak to Harry.

Eventually Meghan wore a platinum and diamond tiara that was originally designed for Queen Mary, the Queen's grandmother. The Times understands that the tiara the duchess...

"However, there's a different degree of respect in the royal household and Kate has always been very careful about how she has acted around staff".

"The Queen also questioned why Meghan needed a veil for the wedding, given it was to be her second marriage", they said.

Getting married is one of life's biggest milestones, and this was especially true for the Royal Family's newly minted Duke and Duchess of Sussex , who said "I do" in front of the world.

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