Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's first outing of 2019 is in Birkenhead

A Meghan Markle ‘Suits’ Return Is Now Very Much On The Table

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's first outing of 2019 is in Birkenhead

Starting out the New Year by bringing our family members closer together is definitely on the to do list - it is very important'.

Reports that all is not well between the sisters-in-law started after Kensington Palace announced that Prince Harry and Meghan would move out the palace complex and relocate to Frogmore Cottage at Windsor Castle before the arrival of their first child.

Markle's last episode of Suits aired in April 2018, and her storyline ended with her character marrying her onscreen love, Mike (Patrick J. Adams), and moving away to build their own pro bono law firm.

Former actress and the newest member of the British Royal Family, Meghan Markle, ended her acting career when she married Prince Harry a year ago, but rumors are circulating the Duchess of Sussex could be back for a very special Suits episode.

But, if Mr Markle Jr's hopes go according to plan then the whole family could be reunited in either Reno or Las Vegas, both in Nevada, where he hopes the pair will get married. "It's hopeful that if Meghan and Harry came and my father, Meghan and Harry could spend some time together with him and that would be good".

It's believed the Duchess hasn't spoken to her father since last May. During a December appearance on Good Morning Britain, Thomas said he's been "ghosted" by his daughter.

"They were out of the house by the time she was born", the source added. "Please know how much Harry and I look forward to sharing our special day with you on Saturday". Double check. And now, the Duchess of Sussex has gifted us with other head-turning news.

"Meghan having a baby will change the dynamic", she says. "I don't think she deserves it and I don't think she is doing one-third of the things she is being accused of doing". "How can I help you?'"

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