Queen is said to have been very "disappointed" with Prince Harry's alleged outburst at royal staff.Both staff and family members of the Firm referred to the Duke of Sussex as "petulant and short-tempered" towards royal employees.Robert Jobson, author of the new book William at 40: The Making of a Modern Monarch – due to be released next month – claims that the Prince would raise his voice and would on occasion even swear at the workers.The author reveals that a reason behind these outbursts were Harry's "extreme mood swings" that were similar to his mother's, Princess Diana.A former courtier told him: "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."'They both have quite extreme mood swings, just as Diana did.
She could be your best friend one minute and the next your worst enemy.'"On one occasion Harry's outburst was directed at the wrong person, namely one of the Queen's closest people, Angela Kelly, her royal dresser and confidante.To stay up to date with all the latest news, make sure you sign up to one of our newsletters here.He reportedly raised his voice to Kelly and said: "What Meghan wants, she gets."According to Jobson, when that "tiresome behaviour" reached her Majesty's ears, she was "disappointed" in the way he spoke to someone she considered a "valued member of staff" and proceeded to address the issue with him personally.He adds that a source told him: "Angela is very special to the Queen.Read more on dailystar.co.uk