Many British people are most familiar with Meghan Markle’s role in Suits [Getty]
Meghan Markle has reportedly quit legal drama Suits as she prepares to settle down with her royal boyfriend Prince Harry in the UK.
Speculation is rife that Meghan will join the British Royal family and wave goodbye to her acting career after leaving her role as lawyer Rachel Zane to support Prince Harry in his duties to his country.
Her Suits co-star Patrick J. Adams, who plays Rachel’s boyfriend Mike Ross, is also leaving the show, and the pair will exit in an epic finale with the pair potentially walking down the aisle at the end of season eight.
Meghan Markle plays Rachel Zane in Suits [Getty]
Meghan Markle stars in the lawyer drama Suits [Wenn]
Speaking about the actors – who play Mike Ross and Rachel Zane on the USA Network series – a source told US Weekly: “He was always leaving the show. He made his mind up a while ago. Patrick wants to pursue other things and he’s realised his time at Suits has come to an end.
“There will be a wedding between Mike and Rachel at some point in the second half of season seven that will make it an easy break for Meghan to leave as well.
Suits fans will be pleased to hear that Suits will continue into season eight and nine without Meghan and Patrick, with the source adding: “The show will still keep going. She isn’t the main cast member on the show, and quite frankly, everyone already thinks she’s not coming back.”
Meghan Markle and Prince Harry are deeply in love [Getty]
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle attend a Wheelchair Tennis match during the Invictus Games 2017 [Getty]
Royal observers believe the Prince will propose to Meghan when she moves to the UK, where she will likely concentrate on her duties as a human rights ambassador.
Her royal future was recently predicted in the documentary Truly, Madly, Deeply, and there will be a lot of pressure on Meghan to learn royal protocol.
Speaking about the challenges Meghan could face should she join the Royal family, expert Kate Reardon told viewers at home: “Traditionally people would have this idea of what suitable partner for Harry would be.
Meghan Markle and Prince Harry started dating last year [Getty]
Preferably a Duke’s daughter having grown up hunting, shooting and fishing.
“All the very traditional values. Perhaps the perfect mixture of the aristocracy of Diana with the heartiness of Fergie.”
While Grant Harrold, former butler to Prince Harry and his family, added: “When I joined the Royal household it was a huge learning experience because you’ve got to learn protocol, etiquette – the things you do and don’t do.