Queen scolded Prince Harry for using bad language towards her closest aide

The Queen gave Prince Harry a dressing down for using offensive language about her closest aide, The Mail on Sunday can reveal.

The scolding came after Harry, 35, flew into a rage when the Queen's dresser and confidante Angela Kelly was unable to meet Meghan's sudden demand to visit Buckingham Palace with her hairdresser to try on a tiara that the couple had chosen for their .

When it was pointed out that protocol dictates an appointment must be made to access the Queen's jewels, Harry is understood to have used offensive language about Ms Kelly as he heaped pressure on courtiers to persuade her to travel to London and unlock the cupboard where the tiara is kept.

The Queen gave Prince Harry a dressing down for using offensive language about her closest aide, The Mail on Sunday can reveal. Harry and Meghan are pictured above on their wedding day in 2018

The Queen gave Prince Harry a dressing down for using offensive language about her closest aide, The Mail on Sunday can reveal. Harry and Meghan are pictured above on their day in 2018

Ms Kelly learned of the outburst and alerted the Queen to his bad language, prompting the monarch to summon her grandson to a private meeting. 'He was put firmly in his place,' said a Royal source. 'He had been downright rude.'

A new biography of Duke and Duchess of Sussex accuses Ms Kelly of 'deliberately dragging her feet' when Meghan asked for access to the tiara before the couple's in May 2018.

According to the authors of Finding Freedom, Harry felt that some of the 'old guard' at the Palace 'simply didn't like Meghan and would stop at nothing to make her life difficult'.

But last night a Royal source pointedly said: 'The book's version of what happened would not be everyone else's recollection of events and certainly not those who were close to it.'

The scolding came after Harry, 35, flew into a rage when the Queen¿s dresser and confidante Angela Kelly (above) was unable to meet Meghan¿s sudden demand to visit Buckingham Palace with her hairdresser to try on a tiara that the couple had chosen for their wedding

The scolding came after Harry, 35, flew into a rage when the Queen's dresser and confidante Angela Kelly (above) was unable to meet Meghan's sudden demand to visit Buckingham Palace with her hairdresser to try on a tiara that the couple had chosen for their

The 'tiara row' symbolised the frustration of the Sussexes with the so-called 'vipers' at the Palace. Harry saw it as a 'huge snub' that Ms Kelly did not organise for Meghan and her American hairdresser Serge Normant to get access to the glittering Queen Mary bandeau headpiece when

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