Royal Stewards Working Prince Harry & Megan Markle’s Wedding Are Actually Being Made To Watch ‘Suits’

Just when you thought the upcoming Royal nuptials couldn’t get any better: stewards working Meghan Markle’s wedding have been instructed to watch Suits so they’ll be up to speed on potential guests for Markle and Prince Harry’s big day.

Captain of the Lay Stewards Hugo Vickers told The Daily Mail, “I’ve told the Stewards to get Netflix and watch Suits, so they know who everyone is at the wedding.” They’ll have to get a move on. The official engagement announcement confirmed that the royal wedding will take place in May 2018, so we’re already less than half a year away.

According to VoguePrince Harry’s wedding “may be later in the month, so as not to conflict with local elections” and also to give Markle’s future sister-in-law Kate Middleton time to rest up after the birth of her third child (which Kensington Palace tweeted was due in April 2018). Here’s hoping it’ll be in late May, because watching the entirety of the legal drama is a big ask. For a start, it’s seven seasons long. According to Binge Clock, if you were to take the reckless decision to bingewatch Suits from start to finish without breaks it would take four days and ten hours.

However, if the stewards want to save over four days of their lives watching Suits, we’ve got them covered. The most obvious possible wedding guest from the show would be Patrick J. Adams, the actor who played Markle’s on-screen paramour and the show’s protagonist Mike Ross for, as he termed it on Twitter, “the better part of a decade.”


On the series, Ross is one of the world’s greatest bullshit artists, working as a lawyer despite being unlicensed to do so. And if stewards struggle to recognize the man, they should look to his equally famous wife — E! Online reported in December 2016 that Adams married Troian Bellisario, also known as Spencer from Pretty Little Liars, and she would presumably be his date to the wedding.

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