With just under one month to go until the royal wedding, Meghan Markle obsessees have been bestowed with quite the gift: a video of the royal-to-be donning a gorgeous white gown and walking down the aisle to say "I do." OK, so the groom in this situation isn't Prince Harry, the venue isn't St. George's Chapel, and the white dress (likely) isn't the one Markle will wear next month—but it's still sure to tide over any Anglophiles who are eagerly counting down the days until May 19.
The clip, which was shared by Deadline on Thursday, is the latest promo for the upcoming season finale of Suits, in which Markle's character, Rachel Zane, will finally tie the knot with Patrick J. Adams's character, Mike Ross. It starts with Mike proposing to Rachel, who responds, "This is so exciting!" As flashes from the wedding appear onscreen, Mike tells Rachel in a voiceover that "I've wanted to marry you from the second I met you." Rachel, apparently, agrees, saying, "You are the husband I've always wanted," an exchange that we can only imagine also took place between Meghan and Harry after he popped the question while they were roasting a chicken together in his Kensington Palace cottage.
Markle's onscreen wedding has a decidedly different feel than her IRL nuptials presumably will: Rachel and Mike marry in a modern-looking event hall, with strings of lights trailing across the ceiling and about 100 guests seated in rows of chairs. Surrounding the small stage where the couple exchange their vows are a few huge vases overflowing with pink, white, and red flowers, and potted trees wrapped in fairy lights. Rachel, standing next to just one LBD-clad bridesmaid, wears a white lace V-neck ballgown with sheer paneling on the exposed back and a narrow black ribbon tied around the waist, subtle pearl earrings, and her dark hair blown straight; Mike, who also has only one groomsman, opts for a classic black suit with a small white rose in his buttonhole.
In contrast, St. George's Chapel will have a decidedly more traditional feel, with the duo's hundreds of guests seated in pews and nary a fairy light in sight. And while we still don't know for sure what Markle's wedding gown will look like, it's safe to assume that Harry will either wear full military regalia, like older brother Prince William did at his own 2011 wedding, or morning dress, which comprises a long-tailed waistcoat, a vest, and classic gray trousers.