Revealed: 'Dictatorial' bride Meghan wanted air fresheners for 'musty' 15th-century
Like all brides she wanted every aspect of her wedding to be perfect, not least the venue, Daily Mail reported.
St George's Chapel at Windsor Castle couldn't have been more to Meghan Markle's liking – historic and picturesque with long family ties... it had it all.
The only problem was, apparently, the smell. According to well-placed royal sources, the musty odour of the 15th century chapel did not find favour with the soon to be Duchess of Sussex, who asked for air fresheners to be deployed before her guests arrived.
The same insiders report that Meghan's request to use the atomisers did not find favour with Buckingham Palace, which swiftly pointed out that the chapel was a regular place of worship for the Queen – as it had been for successive monarchs since 1475 – and if it was good enough for them, it would be good enough for her.
The fascinating vignette about the royal wedding on May 19 comes amid speculation about Meghan's friendship with her sister-in-law the Duchess of Cambridge – which is not believed to be close – after it was announced that Meghan and Prince Harry are to move out of Kensington Palace to live in Frogmore Cottage, Windsor, early next year.
There have also been suggestions that Meghan and Harry are proving unpopular with royal staff, and can be difficult and 'dictatorial'.
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My view: Hahahaha, first lady Meghan Markle that must be obeyed.