However, the Duchess was told she couldn’t have this particular tiara because no one knew where it came from, royal sources said.
This reportedly led to a ‘heated exchange’ involving Prince Harry, which was ultimately dismissed by the Queen.
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Royal sources claimed the Queen had told Prince Harry that Meghan would get ‘the tiara she gave me’.
Now reports with access to extracts from Finding Freedom claim Ms Kelly, 52, has been accused by the Duke of being involved.
However, there are few details at this time on what Prince Harry has said about this.
In any case, the tiara that Meghan ultimately wore on the royal couple’s wedding day in May 2018 was a diamond headband belonging to the Queen.
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Reports have claimed Meghan initially expressed interest in an emerald tiara for her wedding in 2018
The diamond tiara was made in 1932, and until the wedding day it had not been seen since 1965 when it was worn by Princess Margaret.
Ms Kelly, the royal dresser and fashion expert is a close friend of the Queen, having first been appointed personal assistant and head dresser since 2002.
Her official titles are Her Majesty’s Personal Advisor (The Queen’s Wardrobe). This means that Mrs. Kelly designs the clothes for the Queen.
According to reports, the royal fashion expert came from a “humble background,” and it was his mother who first taught him to sew and work with clothes.
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Angela Kelly (far right) and the Queen at a 2018 fashion show
Her work has been seen in public on several occasions, including the yellow dress worn by the Queen at Prince William and Kate Middleton’s wedding in 2011.
She also designed the light-colored spirit green dress worn by the Queen during the 2012 Diamond Jubilee celebrations.
She also has a fashion brand – Kelly & Pordum – named after herself and co-founder Alison Pordum.
In other royal news, Finding Freedom also provides new insight into the Duke and Duchess’s decision to step down from the Royal Family earlier this year.
The Queen’s 2012 Diamond Jubilee gown, pictured, is believed to have been designed by Angela Kelly
According to the authors, the responsibility for this decision has been unfairly attributed to Meghan Markle.
They write: “While the British media often blamed royal brides, in Harry’s case he was very much in favor of distancing himself from the public eye,” reports The Sun.
The book adds that the Duke “needed someone by his side strong enough to withstand the same storms, but also someone who was not afraid to break the rules and go against it. Standard. “