It’s been just over a week since the stars of Suits gathered to watch their former colleague, Meghan Markle, marry Prince Harry in Windsor.
But, the cast are rumoured to already be planning a reunion with the Duchess of Sussex during her official visit to Australia this year.
Scheduled to visit Sydney in October to attend the Invictus Games for injured servicemen and women, the newlyweds are reportedly planning on staying with close friends and Suits co-stars, Gabriel Macht and his wife Jacinda Barrett, at their home in Noosa on southern Queensland’s Sunshine Coast.
The Mirror reports that: “Harry and Meghan have a window free and Gabriel and his wife have invited them to their beautiful Queenslander-style house.
“It’s an incredible place and will be perfect for them to chill out before they go on what is likely to be a fairly non-stop tour.
“They’ll have a great time and they’ll have a chance to see the real Australia after the bustle of Sydney.”
Following the wedding, Macht sent his congratulations to the royal couple on social media, writing: “Congrats to Meghan and Prince Harry. May your journey together be full of love and children. Cheers!”
The publication also reports that Markle’s fellow co-star Sarah Rafferty (who plays Donna Paulsen on the hit show) has also been invited to the reunion.
Rafferty took to social media to express her sadness at having to leave the UK following a spectacular weekend celebrating her friend’s nuptials.
“Hard to believe that yesterday at this time we were preparing to head out to the Royal Wedding. Honoured to witness such a sublime and emotional event. We wish the happy couple every blessing with all our hearts,” she wrote in a post to Instagram.
Reflecting on so many of Saturday’s moments—-Meghan striding with grace and confidence into the church and her future, Reverend Michael Curry’s inspiring words, Sheku Kanneh-Mason’s sublime performance, and our little giddy bus ride through Windsor. :). Congratulations to Meghan and Harry, wishing you every blessings. We were honored to be included.
Following their tour of Australia, Harry and Meghan are expected to undertake their first royal tour of Tonga, Fiji and New Zealand to continue their support of the Commonwealth.