Preparations are well underway, with a date set, a wedding venue booked and reports of wedding dress fittings
The day is expected to be one of the biggest events of the year, but one of the American actress’s co-stars on US legal drama Suits has just dropped a big wedding hint.
When Meghan walks down the aisle in May it could be her second wedding of the year.
Meghan Markle and Prince Harry wedding: Is the Suits star having two ceremonies this year?
When Meghan walks down the aisle in May it could be her second wedding of the year
Patrick J. Adams, who plays Rachel’s love interest, Mike Ross, on the show, recently announced he was departing Suits in an interview with The Hollywood Reporter.
As part of the reveal, Patrick discussed Mike and Rachel’s impending marriage and whether or not fans will get a wedding at the end of season seven.
Although he didn’t directly say there would be a wedding on the season finale, he did hint that fans tune in to see how Mike and Rachel’s story ends.
Meghan Markle and Prince Harry will be getting married in St George’s Chapel, Windsor Castle
“It just so happens that the timing of how I was feeling [about leaving Suits] and what was going on in Meghan’s life created an opportunity where there was no need to force some conflict or tear Mike and Rachel apart.
“It allowed us to go onto whatever happens next for Mike and Rachel together.”
It was confirmed that Meghan would be leaving Suits, which she has starred in since 2011, a day after her engagement to Prince Harry was announced.
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Meghan and Harry’s wedding ceremony is taking place at St. George’s Chapel, Windsor Castle.
And a florist has predicted Meghan’s wedding bouquet will most likely contain peonies.
Peonies are known to be Meghan’s favourite bloom, have they featured heavily on her deleted Instagram account.
Florist Anna-Liisa Evans added: “May is the prime season for peonies, and I would not be at all surprised if they feature heavily in the floral content.”