Once upon a time before marrying a British prince, Meghan Markle was an active actor on the TV show Suit. She left legal drama before marrying Prince Harry in 2018, but the series creator who launched her acting career is still being asked questions about the now Duchess of Sussex.
Here’s what Aaron Korsh revealed about what it was like to work on set with Meghan during her years Suit.
Meghan quit the show after getting engaged to Prince Harry
Meghan played the character of Rachel Zane on Suit for seven seasons from 2011 to 2018. During this time, she had a blind date with Prince Harry. When the two got engaged in 2017, Meghan announced that she was leaving the series.
âI don’t see it as giving up anything. I just see it as a change. It’s a new chapter, âshe said during the couple’s joint engagement interview. âAnd keep in mind that I’ve been working on my show for seven years. We were very lucky to have that kind of longevity on a series.
Meghan’s love for the screen, played by Patrick J. Adams, decided to leave the same year. In their last episode together, their characters got married. The series ended in 2019.
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The Express noted that in a recent Q&A on Twitter, Aaron Korsh, who is the Suit Creator and executive producer, he was asked what he remembers from working with Prince Harry’s wife.
âAmong other things, I loved Meghan’s enthusiasm both on set and off,â he said. “She has brightened up the mood wherever she is.”
Korsh also revealed what Meghan does each year at the start and end of each season, saying, “She always wrote a note after reading the season opener and season finale, and it always made my day.”
What the Duchess’ former co-stars have said about leaving the show and attending the royal wedding
When he learned that Meghan and Adams were leaving the show, teammate Rick Hoffman said it was ‘heartbreaking’ to say West Australian: “Losing Meghan and Patrick is like losing part of our heart muscle.”
Hoffman, Korsh and the ensemble Suit the actors were invited to Meghan and Harry’s royal wedding.
“What I’m going to say about this is we all went there as a family,” Korsh recalled fondly. âWhen we all went there were about 10 of us or something like thatâ¦ it was amazing. I think it changed our lives in a way, forever. But if that had never happened, we were a family on Suit. “
Sarah Rafferty, who played Donna Paulsen on the show, echoed this statement about how it felt to be attending a family member’s wedding. “We were together longer than we went to college or high school with our friends, so we kind of became a family,” she said (by Harper’s Bazaar). “We’re still a family so it’s a wonderful family affair.”
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