Prince Harry reportedly lost his calm before his big wedding and even yelled: "What Meghan wants, she gets!"
The revelations were made by royal correspondent Robert Jobson, who said that tensions were running sky high on the day before Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's wedding
An explosive new report has reportedly claimed that Prince Harry was being rather petulant before his high-profile marriage to Meghan Markle, and at one point, he was even heard yelling, "What Meghan wants, she gets!" The new biography also said that the Prince was having "short-tempered rants at royal staff" before the wedding.
The revelations were made by royal correspondent Robert Jobson, who said that tensions were running sky high on the day before the royal wedding. It is even said that Prince Harry and Meghan were so stressed before their wedding day that the couple resorted to acupuncture as a stress-buster.
In his new biography, titled 'Charles At Seventy: Thoughts, Hopes, And Dreams', Jobson has also revealed Harry would "raise his voice on occasion", and his main concern was to see to it that Meghan had everything she asked for on the day of the wedding in May.
Jobson, who is serializing his book for the Daily Mail, wrote, "The weeks leading up to the wedding had been far more tense for both Harry and Meghan than most people realized. In the build-up to the wedding, says an inside source, he was ‘petulant and short-tempered’ with members of staff. Raising his voice on occasion, Harry would insist: ‘What Meghan wants, she gets'."
Jobson's book also details how Harry and his brother William would go through some pretty extreme mood swings, and many a time, their volatility mirror that of their mother Princess Diana. According to reports, Prince Charles had always found it difficult to predict his sons' behavior, and he was often 'shocked' at the "level of belligerence" he encountered from his children.
Quoting a royal insider, Jobson wrote: "To this day, Charles admits he often finds it difficult to gauge either of his sons' occasionally unpredictable moods. In that aspect of their nature, both princes are very much like their mother', one close source confirmed. A former courtier made the same analogy. 'They both have quite extreme mood swings, just as Diana did,' he said. 'She could be your best friend one minute and the next, your worst enemy'."
In his previous serialization of the biography, Jobson had claimed that Prince Charles, who proposed on February 3, 1981, and later married Princess Diana, reportedly admitted that he regretted the marriage, considering it a "massive mistake" and even mulled calling it off.
He told friends: "I desperately wanted to get out of the wedding in 1981 when during the engagement I discovered just how awful the prospects were." Despite realizing his incompatibility with Diana, Charles felt powerless to do anything about it as breaking off the engagement "would have been cataclysmic." Prince Charles had alarm bells ringing in his head about his upcoming wedding with Diana during the few meetings they had before tying the knot.