Meghan Markle's 'Suits' Co-Stars React to Her Engagement

Patrick J. Adams' tweet is everything.

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Following months of speculation, Kensington Palace confirmed this morning (opens in new tab) that Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are engaged, with their wedding set for spring 2018. Earlier this month Markle wrapped filming on her long-running legal drama Suits, where she has played paralegal Rachel Zane for seven seasons, and her co-stars have been weighing on her news throughout the day.

Patrick J. Adams, who plays Markle's on-screen fiancé Mike Ross, reacted with some pretty great faux-bewilderment:

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Meanwhile, Wendell Pierce, who plays Rachel's father Robert Zane, shared an adorable post in which he gave Harry his "TV father's blessing."

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And Suits creator Aaron Korsh posted a sweet Twitter message wishing the couple "a lifetime of happiness" together.

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Suits is yet to be officially renewed for an eighth season, but if the show does return, it will be without Markle and Adams (opens in new tab), both of whom are reportedly departing after the Season 7 finale. That final episode, which will air on USA early next year, is likely to feature the long-awaited wedding of Markle and Adams' characters, who have now been engaged for several seasons.


Markle reportedly moved (opens in new tab) to London for good on November 20, with a source telling Us Weekly "Movers were seen [at her Toronto home] yesterday and today. Meghan’s furniture from her Toronto home will be going into storage and her personal belongings are being sent to the U.K." Per this morning's announcement, Markle and Harry will live at Nottingham Cottage (opens in new tab), a two-bedroom property in the grounds of Kensington Palace.

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Emma Dibdin is a freelance writer based in Los Angeles who writes about culture, mental health, and true crime. She loves owls, hates cilantro, and can find the queer subtext in literally anything.