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Prince Harry "threw a bit of a fit" in a tiara row before he and Meghan Markle's royal wedding, claims biographer Andrew Morton.
The writer appeared on This Morning earlier today (October 6) to promote the updated version of his 2018 Meghan biography Meghan: The Hollywood Princess.
Reports at the time of the couple's wedding suggested a dispute had occurred between them and the palace regarding the tiara Meghan should wear on the big day.
Speaking on Wednesday, Morton claimed it was actually Prince Harry who had a complaint, though it was Meghan who "got it in the neck as 'Duchess difficult'".
During the interview, This Morning presenter Phillip Schofield asked: "You also say that you believe that Harry and Meghan thought the entire institution was conspiring against them?"
In response, Morton said: "Well, it seems to me that Harry did.
"Harry did feel what you might call the men in grey, as Diana used to call them, the suits, were quite hostile and he took umbrage for example when the hairdresser arrived from New York for a fitting for the tiara and the tiara wasn't available and he threw a bit of a fit.
"And it was Meghan who got it in the neck as 'Duchess difficult'."
Morton later added: "When you look down through the years, the Royal Duchess is the one that takes the flack.
"Fergie got the flack early on in her marriage, Diana was called a fiend and a monster after she'd been in the family for about eighteen months or so… it is the case that the woman gets the blame."
During the interview, Morton also alleged that Meghan and her royal sister-in-law Kate Middleton made up following their wedding row as they felt that the so-called feud didn't benefit either party.
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- Meghan Markle
- Prince Harry
- This Morning
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