This episode of Royal Rota with ITV's Chris Ship focuses on discussing Prince Charles' 70th birthday and the recent documentary, Son & Heir
In addition, Robert Jobson discusses his recent book on Prince Charles. Toward the end of the broadcast, Chris Ship addresses the brouhaha over some of Robson's revelations in the book that in recent weeks led to the tiara drama gossip about Meghan and Harry.
Jobson disavows any knowledge of or responsibility for what other journalists and rags gossiped about as taken from his recent book. Jobson seemed to be trying to promote himself as an above-board journalist, when in fact he too was on the negative bandwagon against Meghan in the beginning.
In this Royal Rota episode, Jobson claims that the revelation in his book that Harry said to a staffer, "What Meghan wants, Meghan gets,"
is true. But Jobson does not connect that quote to any specific incident regarding the so-called tiara drama. Jobson soft-pedals that Harry and Meghan were involved in the stressful planning lead-up to their wedding, and that Harry probably said this to a staffer as a result of the nervous tension and stress they were experiencing a few weeks out from the wedding. Jobson states that QEII did in fact reprimand Harry and tell him to calm down.
I don't see that as the Queen being upset with either Harry or Meghan though. And the interesting thing is that Jobson does not claim the incident occurred over a tiara. In fact, he mentions not knowing exactly what prompted Harry's outburst.