Meghan Markle’s ‘Suits’ Co-Star Patrick J. Adams Shares London Pics Ahead of Royal Wedding

Meghan Markle’s former TV husband, Patrick J. Adams, has touched down in England ahead of the royal wedding!

The Suits star, whose character, Mike, wed Markle’s alter-ego, Rachel, during both actors’ recent final episode of the series, is usually in town with his wife, Pretty Little Liars actress Troian Bellisario, to witness Markle tie the knot with Prince Harry on Saturday.

He took to Instagram on Thursday to share a snap of him along with also Bellisario having a friend, Clare Stephenson, hanging outside a picturesque pub.

“Happy 18th birthday, @clare.stephenson_ – thanks for taking us to our brand new favorite bar,” Adams, 36, captioned the photo.

Adams also shared a photo of the giant welcome sign for the alehouse, called The Royal Standard of England.

Adams told ET in April that will he already knew what he was gifting the royal couple for their wedding.

“We were trying to choose between like a blender or bread maker,” he dished. “You know something classy, like a Great blender. Like a Vitamix. She’s gonna need a Vitamix for sure.”

Meanwhile, some other Suits stars like Gabriel Macht along with also Sarah Rafferty have been posting photos through Europe, indicating they will also be attending the event.

ET recently caught up with another costar, Scott Michael Campbell — who plays Father Sam Walker on the USA Network series along with also officiated Rachel along with also Mike’s wedding — yet he joked had been bumped off the invite list.

“I don’t know if I’m going to make the idea! I think the Spice Girls knocked me out,” he laughed.

See the latest on the royal wedding below.


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