Two Major 'Suits' Stars Not Returning for Season 8

16 November, 2017, 02:33 | Author: Christina Harvey
  • Suits stars Patrick J. Adams, Meghan Markle leaving after season 7: report

The USA network and a spokesperson for the actor both declined to comment.

Those wondering what a lovely bride Meghan Markle would make need look no further after the girlfriend of Prince Harry was spotted filming her show Suits in a wedding dress. Over the past six years, Adams has not only received a SAG Award nomination for portraying the fake lawyer-turned-real lawyer, but he has also directed four of the show's episodes, including the 100th one, which aired in September. USA Network's long-running legal drama has featured Mike and Rachel as the main power couple, alongside the will-they-or-won't-they pairing of Harvey and Donna.

His and Meghan's contracts are up at the end of season seven, the current series, and he's believed to want to take some time off.

It seems Meghan Markle and Patrick J. Adams are both leaving Suits.




Markle recently went public with 33-year-old British Royal Prince Harry, who she began seeing last year.

"They all have things going on in their lives, we'll see what happens". When Gina left, I could not have predicted that the way her life was going. "I'm going to let what happens happens and hope it all works out".

Back to wedding things: Us Weekly reported that there will indeed be wedding bells ringing between Mike, played by Adams, and Rachel, played by Markle, at some point in the second half of season seven.

It's thought that Meghan and Patrick's departures will coincide, as the insider added that Patrick's exit storyline "will make it an easy break for Meghan to leave as well".

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