Meghan Markle's Suits Costar Patrick J. Adams Will Reportedly Attend the Royal Wedding

About 25 members of the cast and crew are said to have been invited

Updated 05/11/18

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They may be on hiatus, but the cast and crew of Suits shouldn't put away their titular formalwear just yet. According to Access, several of Meghan Markle's former colleagues have been invited—and RSVP'd "yes"—to her upcoming wedding to Prince Harry. A source confirmed to the outlet that Markle's onscreen husband Patrick J. Adams is just one of about two dozen members of the Suits cast and crew who will make their way to London in time for the May 19 ceremony.

"About 25 people from Suits are attending the wedding and they're trying to put together a dinner on the Friday night [before the wedding]," the source told Access. Reportedly included in this group are Markle's other costars Gabriel Macht, Sarah Rafferty, and Gina Torres, as well as NBCUniversal executive Bonnie Hammer, who was a longtime mentor of Markle's and who the duchess-to-be included on her list of "The 10 Women Who Changed My Life" for Glamour last year. A source also told Access that, before heading across the pond, some of the Suits cast members have asked the show's wardrobe department for help in choosing outfits that align with the wedding's very formal dress code—including morning coats for men and fascinators for women.

Also crossing the Atlantic for the big day are Markle's parents, Doria Ragland and Thomas Markle. The mother and father of the bride both reportedly landed in London on Thursday, giving them plenty of time to adjust to the time change and prepare for each of their very important roles in the wedding. As confirmed earlier this month via royal press release, while Markle's father will take on the traditional task of walking his daughter down the aisle, Ragland will join her daughter in the morning's car ride to the wedding venue, St. George's Chapel at Windsor Castle.

Hopefully, Meghan Markle has sufficiently prepared her future in-laws for the influx of Americans they'll be greeting over the course of the next several days.

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