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Royal Staff Is Binging ‘Suits’ To Prep For Markle’s Wedding Guests

It’s not just The Crown the Windsor Castle staff (presumably) enjoy Netflexting (you know they do it!). “Suits” has now officially been added to the list. As Meghan Markle and Prince Harry prepare to walk down the aisle next May, chapel stewards are preparing in their own way: by watching the show Meghan Markle stars in — “Suits.”

Lay Stewards, if you didn’t know, usually assist in Sunday services, as well as special Royal events like birthdays, weddings, and funerals. And now, in advance of the upcoming wedding at St George’s Chapel at Windsor Castle, they have been ordered to watch TV. ORDERED!

Historian Hugo Vickers, Captain of the Lay Stewards, tells The Daily Mail:

I’ve told the Stewards to get Netflix and watch Suits, so they know who everyone is at the wedding.

For those of you who are also a bit in the dark about the show the future Mrs. Prince Harry was in before she got a better offer from the Royal Family, she plays, Rachel Zane, a hot associate at a law firm. It’s expected that Gabriel Macht, who plays her equally hot colleague Harvey Specter on the show, could be invited to the wedding.

That list could also include: Patrick J. Adams, who plays her onscreen fiancé, Mike Ross; Gina Torres, who plays powerhouse Lawyer Jessica Pearson (she and her real-life husband went on a double date with Markle and Harry earlier this year, according to the BBC); Sarah Rafferty, who plays law firm exec Donna Paulsen and is one of Markle’s closest friends on set; and, well, who knows who else will be invited! Those end credits are long!

Here’s the episode where Rachel’s fiancé calls off the wedding.

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