Meghan Markle had ‘problems’ with wedding dress after being ‘very rude’ to staff

Meghan Markle wasn't given any help with her wedding dress after being "very rude" to an army officer who was meant to assist her claims royal author Tom Bower.

The controversial Revenge author was discussing Harry and Meghan's wedding on the Pod Save The Queen podcast. He said that when Meghan arrived at St George's Chapel she had "problems" with her veil. While Clare Waight Keller, the Givenchy designer responsible for Meghan's stunning gown, stepped forward to help, the army officer on hand conspicuously didn't move.

Tom said: "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, 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."

Tom added: "I didn't get the story from him but a fellow officer of his who explained what happened."

Once the veil – which had been embroidered with 53 flowers representing each country of the Commonwealth and was over 16 foot long – had been untangled, Meghan made her way into St George's Chapel.

Initially she walked down the aisle unaccompanied but Prince Charles took her arm for the final section of the processional in the absence of her father.

Tom Bower's recently released bombshell book Revenge makes numerous claims about the 41 year old former Suits actress including that it was she who made Kate Middleton cry during the bridesmaids dress fittings prior to her wedding. Additionally, Tom claims that Meghan had been on a "manhunt" when she arrived in the UK just prior to meeting 37 year old Harry in 2016.

Speaking on GB news, Tom said: "I think they are both needy people, but I think the point is Meghan was on a manhunt. She was looking for a husband and an English husband and Harry was available."

"She carefully researched all his strengths and more importantly his weaknesses and when the moment came when she first met him she could easily, because she's an extraordinary performer in those circumstances, she could reassure him that she was the one he was looking for.

"And he was desperately looking for somebody. He confessed he was a lonely man. He confessed he couldn't find anyone suitable. He had gone through some unhappy relationships. And Meghan fitted the bill, she provided everything he needed."


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