THE Queen’s aide has been left “upset” after she was dragged into Meghan Markle’s wedding tiara row, an insider has claimed.
Earlier this week, royal biographer Omid Scobie said Prince Harry became frustrated with The Queen’s dresser Angela Kelly in the lead up to his 2018 wedding to Meghan – and the Duke even reportedly “yelled” at his grandmother.
The trusted aide was reportedly unable to meet Meghan’s demand to travel to Buckingham Palace to try on a tiara she wanted to wear on her big day.
Appearing on True Royalty TV, Omid said: “Harry had to intervene. He called his grandmother and said, ‘I don’t know what the hell is going on. This woman needs to make this work for my future wife.’
“Harry felt that there were those within the institution that would stop at nothing at the very least to make Meghan’s life difficult.”
However, the Express claims Angela – who has worked at Buckingham Palace since 1994 – has been left “upset” after she was dragged into the row.
An insider said: “The sad thing is that Angela is not allowed to give her side of the story.
“There are all these rumours but the Angela I know is not someone who would do anything to upset any of the Royal Family.
“I am sure she is really upset to be at the centre of what is being said.”
Angela, 51, who has served at Buckingham Palace since 1994, holds the positions of Personal Advisor and Curator (The Queen’s Jewellery, Insignias and Wardrobe) and In-house Designer.
Despite being a current member of the royal household, Angela was given “extraordinary permission” to publish details of her “working relationship” with the Queen in her recent book The Other Side of the Coin: The Queen, the Dresser and the Wardrobe.
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