Royal Stewards Of Meghan Markle And Prince Harry's Wedding Have Been Told To Watch Suits Ahead Of The Ceremony

Apparently it will help them get to know the guests

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We rather enjoy imagining fantastical versions of Meghan Markle and Prince Harry's upcoming Spring wedding.

Whether it's compiling a list of dresses (and suits) we would die to see the actress in, or dreaming up our ideal bridesmaids line-up (we want Serena Williams and Priyanka Chopra front and centre), we've run through every dream scenario.

Hugo Vickers, however, has blended fantasy with reality even further, by instructing the Royal Stewards to watch Meghan's hit TV show Suits ahead of the wedding.

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According to Sebastian Shakespeare of the Daily Mail, Vickers, who is the Captain of the Stewards has told the Royal Stewards, 'to get Netflix and watch Suits, so they know who everyone is at the wedding.'

The Lay Stewards of St.George's Chapel, Windsor Castle, where the ceremony is going to be held, have the best homework ever ahead of their Spring deadline.

Presumably, the assumption is that Markle's Suits co-stars will be in attendance for the big day.

Patrick J.Adams, who plays Markle's on-screen beau hilariously reacted to the engagement news of his friend by Tweeting, 'She said she was just going out to get some milk…'

Thankfully, he followed up with a more serious congratulations to the couple, as did fellow cast mates Gabriel Macht, Wedell Pierce, Sarah Rafferty and Aaron Korsh.

Why the Lay Stewards need to watch 102 episodes of a TV show about lawyers to be able to look after guests at a wedding is beyond us, but we still hope it's true.

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