Cornwall news Meghan struggled in wedding dress 'after being rude' to aide UK news
PremierLeague-News.Com - Cornwall - Tom Bower's new book, Revenge: Meghan, Harry and the War Between the Windsors, claims that, as she arrived at St George's Chapel, Meghan appeared to struggle with her veil but a military escort refused to help
PremierLeague-News.Com - Breaking Sport Transfer News ! Meghan Markle was left to struggle with her wedding dress due to an alleged falling out with a military aide, according to new claims from Tom Bower. The author's latest book, Revenge: Meghan, Harry and the War, reports that the actress had been 'rude' to the man in question during the build-up to the big day, which is why he refused to help her. As the Meghan arrived at St George's Chapel to marry Prince Harry in Windsor in 2018, her veil became twisted in the wedding car door. An aide, along with dress designer Clare Waight Keller for Givenchy, rushed to assist her. Read next: Princess Charlotte shines with adorable funny faces at Commonwealth Games Bower claims: "A military man told me an extraordinary story about Meghan when she arrived at the wedding at Windsor Castle on that glorious day in 2018. You see her get out of the car unaccompanied and she has problems with the train of her dress and the army officer doesn't step forward to help her. "And the reason is, is the day before in the rehearsal, she had been very rude to him so he thought 'well I'm not going to help you today'. I didn't get the story from him but a fellow officer of his, who explained what had happened." Prince Harry looks at his bride, Meghan Markle, as she arrives accompanied by the Prince of Wales in St George's Chapel at Windsor Castle for their wedding on May 19, 2018 (Image: PA) Meanwhile, Mr Bower also says that Meghan and Harry wanted more prominent seats at the Platinum Jubilee celebrations but were forced to back down on the Queen's orders. The Sussexes only made one public appearance during the UK festivities - at a service of thanksgiving at St Paul's Cathedral.
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. However, they then proceeded to walk solo hand-in-hand down the long nave of the cathedral to take their seats. They were sat next to Eugenie and her husband Jack Brooksbank. The couple, along with Beatrice and Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi, had to awkwardly stand up to let the Sussexes past to reach their seats. Mr Bower said: "I was told, unfortunately too late for the book, they were meant to turn up at Wellington Barracks to get on the coach which was set up for the minor royals to go to St Paul's for the Jubilee service. They arrived deliberately late so the bus had gone and they could make a grand entrance from a car so they could be seen on the steps, which Netflix obviously needed. "And then as they walked down the aisle, they get to the seats in the row they are assigned and I'm told they then asked six other people sitting this side of the aisle could they move down so they could sit on the aisle itself. "And the usher apparently said to them 'you can't, you're sitting in seats eight or nine' or whatever it was and Harry said 'why?' "And the usher said 'that's what your grandmother ordered'. I'm told that from a military man." Up next: Richard Madeley 'talks over' Kate Garraway and forces Good Morning Britain fans to 'switch off' Channel 4 should apologise over 'disgraceful' Tourette's documentary says Cornwall teenager Grief for 'lover not a fighter' dad who died after pub assault Kate Middleton and Prince William holiday in Isles of Scilly for Prince George's ninth birthday Dawn French says women ruined achieving equality with men by 'becoming Jessica Rabbits'
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