However, royal experts and the new book, Finding Freedom: Harry and Meghan and the Making of a Modern Royal Family, refute the claims, saying that Meghan got Queen Elizabeth's blessing and that there were no issues regarding the tiara at all.
In the end, she wore the famed Queen Mary Bandeau tiara, a piece of jewellery given to Queen Mary by the County of Lincoln in 1893 when she married then-Prince George.
According to People, Finding Freedom reveals that "there were no disagreements between Meghan and the Queen about her chosen tiara."
Royal journalists Omid Scobie and Carolyn Durand worked on the book together and after the Daily Mail posted a story about Meghan and the queen disagreeing over the jewels, Scobie tweeted, "The book does NOT say this. It actually refutes this played out tale."
Scobie and Durand do detail, however, Harry became frustrated with the Queen's dresser, Angela Kelly. She was in charge of getting the tiara to Meghan in time for a pre-wedding hair trial and, apparently, she took her time.
The book asserts Queen Elizabeth did not have any issue over her choice of tiara or needing it to trial her wedding day hair.