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Meghan’s Former Co-Stars Tell All On Royal Wedding: ‘This Is A Wonderful Family Affair’

Meghan Markle ‘Suits’ Co-Stars Royal Wedding
Source: Today Show/Instar

May. 18 2018, Updated 1:28 p.m. ET

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The Suits actors joined Hoda Kotb and Savannah Guthrie on Today this morning in London to talk about their friend and former co-star and the groom.

“This is a wonderful family affair,” said Rafferty of Markle, who the actors consider to practically be blood after working together for years.

“This is an incredible step in her life, so to bear witness to that is extraordinary,” noted Torres.

Rafferty joked that “doves flew out” when she received her invite to the royal wedding in the mail.

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While speculation that Markle, 36, and 33-year-old Prince Harry were dating swirled for months before they officially stepped out together, those close to her knew a bit more about the budding relationship.

Torres says she and the cast of Suits were aware they were a couple, but they “knew very little” about what was really going on. “I mean, we knew she was excited and there was reason to keep it close to the vest.”

However, Hoffman added, “I got the news early and I was like, ‘You’ve got to be kidding me!’”

The two then shared a moment in their trailer over Markle’s shocking revelation. “You’re dating a Prince!” Hoffman said he gushed.

He then offered his friend some advice: “Just take it slow, be careful, don’t let him hurt you.”

Luckily, the stars now have given Harry their official stamp of approval.

“They’re a great match,” said Rafferty.

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