Meghan Markle's Personal Assistant Just Unexpectedly Quit

Prince William and Prince Harry probably staring at light switches they'd like to turn off

Getty Prince William and Prince Harry probably staring at light switches they'd like to turn off

Meghan Markle's stunning wedding tiara wasn't her first choice, according to reports.

After a busy 16-day autumn tour of Australia, New Zealand, Tonga and Fiji, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex had a public reunion with their royal family at the Royal British Legion Festival of Remembrance on Saturday, November 10.

"Meghan can be hard", the source said.

Prince Harry got really worked up about it and that's when the Queen chose to step in and have a word with him. At the end of October, Kate visited the Imperial War Museums to learn about the lives of her great-grandmother's three brothers who died in WWI.

The former Suits star, now 37, eventually wore a diamond and platinum headpiece selected by the Queen. It was seen as effectively an advisory notice to Meghan that she would be expected to comply.

"The provenance of the tiara could not be established".

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The departure of her personal assistant, known only as Melissa, has come as quite a shock to the Palace, it is claimed. "There were concerns it could have come from Russian Federation originally".

The pair were seen laughing together and despite a slightly awkward moment about who should get into the auto first, Meghan sailed through her first solo trip without her husband Harry by her side.

Just five short months later, however, the Queen's granddaughter Princess Eugenie sported an emerald green tiara on her wedding day, on loan from her grandmother.

Melissa had to deal with the traumatic build-up to Meghan and Prince Harry's wedding in May, in which the Duchess's father, Thomas Markle, gave a running commentary to journalists on the likelihood of his attending the ceremony.

Markle opted for a more subtle-looking poppy pin, while her family members donned the bright red brooch.

Despite the rules, the expecting mom is "determined to do things her way", said the source.

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