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Meghan Markle has been seen dancing to a reggae song in a bar in a previously unseen clip shared to Instagram.
The video, posted by her Suits co-star Patrick J. Adams, shows the former actress, now 42, pushing her arms out and rolling her shoulder as she sings along to Mr. Vegas’s Heads High.
The clip – which was filmed in 2012 but posted to Instagram today – shows the royal with Suits co-stars and crew, including Rick Hoffman, who played Louis Litt in the legal drama, as well as Patrick’s wife Troian Bellisario, who is also an actor.
The footage appears to be taken in a darkened bar – most likely in Toronto where Suits was filmed – and shows Rick animatedly singing along to the song before the camera pans to Meghan and Troian.
‘April 1, 2012,’ Patrick simply captioned the post.
Meghan Markle has been seen dancing to a reggae song in a bar in a previously unseen clip shared to Instagram
The video, posted by her Suits co-star Patrick J. Adams, shows the former actress, now 42, pushing her arms out and rolling her shoulder as she sings along to Mr. Vegas’s Heads High
It comes as Patrick, who played Meghan’s husband in the legal drama, has changed his Instagram profile to reference the Duke and Duchess of Sussex.
The Toronto-born actor, 42, described himself as: ‘the guy from that show you’re watching on that app because that girl married that prince’.
Suits tells the tale of Mike Ross (played by Adams) as a plucky law school drop out who cons his law into a prestigious law firm and falls in love with beautiful paralegal Rachel Zane (played by Markle).
Despite finishing in 2019, the show has seen a surge in viewers on screening platforms in recent months.
After launching on Netflix earlier this year, the series set a viewing time record for an acquired series in the week of June 26-July 2, with 3.14 billion minutes of watch time.
Following her exit from the show Meghan remained friendly with a possee of her former co-stars attending her wedding to Prince Harry, including Gabriel Macht, Abigail Spencer, Sarah Rafferty, and Patrick.
Meghan appears to be making a partying comeback in recent weeks, with her appearing at Beyonce’s concerts in LA twice in a matter of days.
The royal partied with Katy Perry, the Kardashians, Lizzo, Chris Rock, Adele, the Biebers and a host of other stars at Beyonce’s 42nd birthday concert.
The clip – which was filmed in 2012 but posted to Instagram today – shows the royal with Suits co-stars and crew, including Rick Hoffman (picutred), who played Louis Litt in the legal drama, as well as Patrick’s wife Troian Bellisario, who is also an actor
The footage appears to be taken in a darkened bar – most likely in Toronto where Suits was filmed – and shows Rick (pictured) animatedly singing along to the song before the camera pans to Meghan and Troian
It comes as Patrick, who played Meghan’s husband in the legal drama, has changed his Instagram profile to reference the Duke and Duchess of Sussex
The Toronto-born actor, 42, who played Meghan’s on-screen husband in the legal drama from 2011 to 2019, described himself as: ‘the guy from that show you’re watching on that app because that girl married that prince’
Meghan is pictured this week at Beyonce’s Renaissance World Tour with Kelly Rowland and Kerry Washington
The Duchess of Sussex stuck close to Tyler Perry, Lilibet’s billionaire godfather, as she posed for pictures in a VIP Champagne bar at the SoFi Stadium.
Footage on social media showed Meghan laughing with Destiny’s Child singer Kelly Rowland and A-list actress Kerry Washington as Hollywood glitterati including Kris Jenner, Kim Kardashian, Jeff Bozos and other big names rubbed shoulders at one of the biggest celebrity gatherings of 2023.
Patrick, who has spoken in defense of Meghan on several occasions, last year complained of being ‘pulled into’ debates surrounding his former co-star.
‘Hello to the people and many bots debating all things Markle and including me in the conversation. I just want you to know a couple of things. 1. I don’t read any of it. 2. Life is short. 3. There has to got to be better things for you to be doing. Even you, bots,’ he wrote.
Patrick has also previously described the monarchy as ‘toxic, archaic, and shameless’.
He said that his ‘powerful’ and ‘kind’ friend has been the subject of underhanded behavior on the part of the monarchy after reports were published that Meghan had ‘bullied’ several former staff members at Kensington Palace, claims she has strongly denied.
Patrick J Adams has hit out after being constantly ‘pulled into’ debates surrounding his former co-star Meghan Markle, seen together in hit legal drama Suits which they starred in together from 2011 to 2017
‘I can’t remember. It might have been the directing producer at the time, or her agent,’ he said, when asked who told him that she couldn’t say ‘poppycock.’ Meghan’s seen in the show
Following her interview with Oprah Winfrey in 2022, he said: ‘She fell in love, moved to a new country, became a household name across the entire globe and began the difficult work of trying to find her place in a family dynamic that can at best be described as complicated and at worst, seemingly archaic and toxic,’ he wrote in the eight-tweet rant.
At the time Buckingham Palace ‘brought in an external legal firm’ to carry out an investigation into the claims that Meghan bullied royal staff.
Recently, the creator of the legal drama sensationally claiming that the royal family insisted the word ‘poppycock’ be removed from her script over fears that clips would be edited to make it sound as though the Duchess of Sussex had said something crude.
Aaron Korsh, 56, spoke to The Hollywood Reporter about how things changed on set after Meghan started dating Prince Harry – as well as the bizarre demands he claims the monarchy made when it came to her lines.
His claims echo those made by Harry, who alleged in his explosive memoir Spare that Suits writers had grown increasingly ‘frustrated’ with the ‘palace communications’ team ‘advising’ on changes to Meghan’s lines.
According to showrunner Korsh, the royal family ‘weighed in on some stuff’ – including what the Duchess of Sussex’s character said in episodes filmed after she and Harry began dating – which he found ‘a little irritating.’
He said there was one particular word that he threw into the script as a tribute to his own in-laws – ‘poppycock,’ which is slang for nonsense – but claimed he was forced to change it after it was allegedly vetoed by the royals because it contained the term ‘c**k.’
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