In the end the duchess, 37, wore Queen Mary's diamond bandeau tiara, made in 1932.
Meghan had reportedly picked a tiara with emeralds but she was told she couldn't wear it given its history couldn't be established and that it might have originated Russian Federation.
Sounds like she ended up with the flawless tiara, and we're taking any bridezilla reports with a grain of salt.
During an appearance in a BBC documentary about Prince Charles to celebrate his 70th birthday, Prince Harry revealed that he's inherited some environmentally conscious habits from his father, a longtime environmentalist - one of which was a particular surprise to his wife, Meghan, when she moved in with him.
The royal insider added: "Meghan can be hard". She has very high standards and is used to working in a Hollywood environment.
The queen also asked why Meghan would need a veil given this would be her second wedding. "And I think it's one of the key lessons that he taught us".
While it seems that their conflict has subsided, the British monarch isn't the only one who's claimed the former actress isn't easy to work with.
Apparently the problem was never experienced when Kate and Prince William talked to the stuff. "However there's a different degree of respect in the Royal household and Kate has always been very careful about how she acted around staff".
But Harry wasn't having a bar of it telling his grandmother - her Majesty - that "what Meghan wants, Meghan gets". "It was important to [Harry] that Meghan and Kate got to know each other, as she has experienced numerous challenges Meghan now faces".