Before becoming the Duchess of Sussex, Meghan Markle was best known for her role in US drama Suits.
The 37 year old gave up her role as Rachel Zane in the hit show after seven years to marry Prince Harry last year.
But as the show comes to an end once and for all later this year, speculation has started to surface that Meghan will be returning to the set for one last goodbye.
However, Meghan crushed fans’ dreams as she admitted she hasn’t watched the show since her departure, making it unlikely that she would make her small screen comeback.
They once again got their hopes up when it was revealed that Meghan’s character will be returning for the finale.
Meghan’s former on-screen husband Patrick J. Adams — who played Mike Ross — has spilled on how Rachel will be included in the final episode, despite Meghan not appearing in the show.
He told Entertainment Tonight: “There’s phone calls with Rachel saying, ‘Goodbye, I love you,’ and, you know, I think there’s some obvious acknowledgement that she’s still there and a part of the show.
“We’re happy. I promise you they’re happy,” he continued to reveal about the characters’ relationships.
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The exciting news comes as it was claimed fans of Meghan were asked to not take photos of her as she supported close friend Serena Williams at Wimbledon last week.
Media consultant Sally Jones told The Daily Telegraph that she was ordered to not take any pictures of Meghan because she was at the event “in a private capacity”.
She wrote in a column: “Watching Serena Williams in action on Court 1 at Wimbledon, I was happily snapping shots of the superstar American powering down huge serves when I felt a tap on my shoulder.
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“‘Would you not take photographs of the Duchess,’ a voice ordered politely. ‘She’s here in a private capacity.’
“No wonder there is a growing tide of resentment against the Sussexes for their secretive, high maintenance attitude and diva-ish demands for privacy when it suits them – despite the eye-wateringly expensive, taxpayer-funded refit of Frogmore Cottage.”
She added: “I think this royal protection officer was quite embarrassed. He appeared a bit mystified as to why he was being asked to make such a request.
“I told him it was bonkers and that even if I had been trying to snap the Duchess I’d have got a blurry picture of her right ear.”
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