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Prince Harry Fires At Palace Staff Before Wedding: 'What Meghan Wants, She Gets!'

Prince Harry was a groomzilla on his wedding day to Meghan Markle! A new tell-all book reveals the Duke of Sussex ordered Kensington Palace staff around days before the big day.

In royal biographer Robert Jobson's book Charles at 70: Thoughts, Hopes and Dreams, he claimed Prince Harry, 34, was "petulant and short-tempered" with staff.

Jobson alleged Prince Harry even raised his voice and yelled, "What Meghan wants, she gets!"

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On his May wedding day, he was "almost shaking with tension." He whispered, "thanks, Pa" after his father Prince Charles walked Markle, 37, down the aisle. Her father Thomas Markle underwent heart surgery days before the ceremony.

In preparation for the highly-publicized wedding, the couple booked appointments with a London acupuncturist before saying "I do."

Despite losing his patience with the palace staff, Harry and his brother Prince William have "always shown appropriate deference to their grandmother" Queen Elizabeth II.

Markle did the same with her father-in-law.

"When Meghan met the Prince of Wales, she was bowled over by his gentlemanly charm," he claimed. "She told Prince Harry he was wonderful, welcoming, warm, hard-working, kind and stable. She made it clear that he should appreciate him and bond more."

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex announced their pregnancy on October 15 in a statement through Kensington Palace. Markle is due on May 2.

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