Harry and Meghan marked their third wedding anniversary by announcing they were building its next Community Relief Center in India in partnership with World Central Kitchen through their Archewell Foundation.

They didn’t celebrate big because Meghan is heavily pregnant with the couple’s second child, a baby girl due this summer.

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However, we can’t help but think back of what was one of the most watched wedding ceelbrations ever. The beautiful ceremony of tying the knot between Harry and Meghan took place on on May 19, 2018. Among the guests were a lot of celebrities such as George Clooney, David and Victoria Beckham, Serena Williams, James Corden, and Oprah Winfrey. Meghan wore a wedding dress designed by Givenchy’s then-creative director, Clare Waight Keller, and the stunning Queen Mary’s bandeau tiara which belonged to the Queen’s grandmother, Queen Marry.

News on an incident which took place a day prior to the royal wedding involving the tiara has emerged recently.

A royal source revealed that Meghan requested from one of the Queen’s closest aides and friends, Angela Kelly, to give her the tiara to try on. Angela, who is a fashion designer and dressmaker who has served Queen Elizabeth for over 20 years, refused to allow an access to the tiara at such a short notice. It has been reported by The Mirror that Angela said how Meghan and Harry didn’t follow the royal protocol and added: “I’m very sorry, that’s not how it works. There’s protocol in place over these jewels. 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.”

Allegedly, Harry wasn’t happy with the answer and used rude language. The Queen was alerted of “the incident” and requested a meeting with her grandson. It was said by the royal source that she “scolded” him for behaving in such a rude manner and using “bad language.”

We can’t be sure if the royal source is telling the truth or not. The fact is that the royal family is now experiencing a “turmoil” and trying to reconcile their differences after the Sussexes stepped down from their royal duties, left Britain, and accused the Royals of many things, including racism.

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