Meghan Markle and Prince Harry tied the knot, on May 19, 2018, in St George's Chapel at Windsor Castle. The Duke and Duchess of Sussex’s wedding was televised and had the most television viewers in the Royal Family history.

Around 18 million people in the U.K. and 29 million in the U.S. watched Prince Harry and Meghan Markle said their “I dos.” The Duke and Duchess of Sussex appeared to have known their impact before their wedding, as they wanted it to be the best that it could possibly be. However, there are certain protocols to be followed.

A source claimed that Meghan Markle demanded to try on a piece of jewelry ahead of her wedding. Rumors, then, began to swirl that Queen Elizabeth did not allow the Duchess of Sussex’s demand to use a tiara that she really liked.

But, authors of “Finding Freedom” claimed that insiders have said that Queen Elizabeth played no part on the matter. Instead, Prince Harry blamed Angela Kelly, who is Her Majesty’s dressmaker and confidant, claiming that she was stalling to give Meghan Markle the access to her chosen tiara.

A tipster, then, spoke with Mail on Sunday, saying that Angela Kelly was not dragging her feet to help Meghan Markle and Prince Harry. She was trying to explain to the couple that there was a protocol that needed to be followed before having access to the Crown's jewels.

"Angela essentially said, '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,” they said.

Meanwhile, a previous report claimed that Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s tell-all book would show their anger before and after their royal exit. A royal insider alleged that “Finding Freedom” will be used by the Duke and Duchess of Sussex to respond to those who constantly criticize them.

Omid Scobie shared that he had been secretly working on Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s tell-all book “Finding Freedom: Harry and Meghan and the Making of a Modern Royal Family” for two years. The Duke and Duchess of Sussex shared that they didn't take part in the making of the book.

However, royal commentator Richard Fitzwilliams, previously, pointed out that Prince Harry and Meghan Markle could easily put a stop to the publication of “Finding Freedom” but they didn’t.