Royal Wedding: Meghan Markle's 'Suits' Co-Stars Show Their Excitement as They Arrive at Windsor
Among the wedding guests is Markle's TV husband, Patrick Adams, who has arrived in England with his real-life wife.
Meghan Markle’s "Suits" co-stars have arrived in England for the royal wedding, and they are clearly ready to celebrate.
Markle's TV husband on "Suits,' Patrick Adams, arrived Friday with his real-life wife, Troian Bellisario.
Inside Edition also caught up with co-star Sarah Rafferty, who plays Donna Paulsen on the legal drama.
"I am very excited," she told Inside Edition when asked about her thoughts on the wedding.
Meanwhile, "CBS This Morning" co-host Gayle King spoke to Inside Edition about the world's fascination with the British royals.
"We are here because this is a great American love story," she said. "It is Harry. We all remember Princess Diana’s death and Harry and William walking behind her casket and how sad that was. Now, we see him as a grown man in love with a beautiful woman who is black, who is American, who is divorced and who is a little older than him – but that doesn’t matter."
It has been reported that the couple will honor the late princess during the ceremony.
On Friday, Markle's mother Doria Ragland, a yoga instructor, finally met Queen Elizabeth for the first time at Windsor Castle, where they sat down for high tea.
Ragland is said to be winning over the royal family with her calm and unflappable confidence in the midst of all this attention.
On Friday afternoon, Prince Harry and Prince William appeared before crowds of well-wishers who have gathered outside Windsor Castle and greeted the revelers.
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