“But my understanding from the people that I spoke to, many of whom did work for the Sussexes, was that Meghan in particular [would] want everything done now.
“She expected an immediacy that went with those dawn emails, so that she’d hatch an idea, want it executed by the next day, and didn’t quite get that the Palace worked at a different pace.
“I think there were culture clashes, there were personality clashes, but I think ultimately, Meghan did want to be queen bee.”
Meghan and Harry have returned to the US after visiting the UK for a working trip which was extended following the Queen’s death.
Speaking on the latest video on his YouTube channel, royal expert Neil Sean claimed the couple now “have their eye on” King Charles’ Coronation next year. Meghan and Harry are said to be adamant to be included in the next major royal event. Read more HERE.
Kate opted for the same necklace and earring combination that she wore just over a year ago for the Duke of Edinburgh’s funeral.
The pieces of jewellery were also previously worn by her husband’s late mother, Diana, and are thought to have been loaned to Kate for the first time by the Queen in 2017.
Described as a Japanese choker with four rows of pearls and a curved central diamond clasp, this was accompanied by a pair of Bahrain drop pearl earrings.
The Queen was pictured wearing the set during an engagement in Bangladesh in 1983, having loaned the set a year earlier to Diana to wear during a state visit from Queen Beatrix of the Netherlands.
The necklace is said to have been commissioned by the Queen using pearls which were a gift from the Japanese government after her first state visit to the nation in 1975.
The earrings were made using two from a collection of pearls given to the Queen as a wedding gift from the Hakim in Bahrain in 1947.
Meghan wore the earrings on her first joint engagement alongside the Queen in June 2018, when they marked the opening of a new bridge in Cheshire.
Pearls are often referred to as mourning jewellery, a tradition said to date back to Queen Victoria’s era.
Camilla, the Queen Consort, wore Queen Victoria’s Hesse Diamond Jubilee Brooch – diamonds in the shape of an open heart, with two sapphire pendants.
This was accompanied by a pair of oval stud earrings featuring a sapphire stone encircled with diamonds and a gold pendant necklace.
Source: EXPRESS CO UK