Considerable attention has been dedicated to the television show “Suits,” which remarkably shattered Nielsen’s streaming viewing records. Notably, Meghan, who served as a supporting actress for seven of the nine seasons, garnered more limelight than the lead actors in numerous public relations articles and entertainment industry social media posts.

Curiously, during a recent interview, Gene Klein, a non-writing producer integral to the nine-season journey of the show, omitted any mention of the Duchess of Sussex when conversing about its triumph on streaming platforms such as Netflix and Peacock.
Klein expressed his astonishment at the show’s enduring resonance and its ascent to becoming one of the most monumental series globally. He conveyed his anticipation of a surge in viewership following its debut on Netflix, but the magnitude of its triumph surpassed even his expectations.
The show’s capacity to continuously captivate audiences, Klein attributed to both its intrinsic allure and the dynamic impact of streaming platforms.
In relation to Meghan’s departure from the series, revelations disclose that her departure was preordained even prior to her introduction to Prince Harry. The architect behind the show, Aaron Korsh, had resolved to write off her character, Rachel Zane, a year before Meghan embarked on her relationship with Harry.

Korsh elucidated that his decision was rooted in respect for Meghan’s private life and the burgeoning connection between her and Harry. Consequently, a seamless exit was devised for Rachel Zane’s character, who, in the storyline, united in matrimony with Mike Ross, portrayed by Patrick J. Adams, during the seventh season. The two relocated to Seattle to establish the Eagle Clinic.

This determination was solidified long before Meghan’s actual departure, dispelling any misconceptions that her exit was influenced by a termination or her association with Prince Harry. Interestingly, during Meghan and Harry’s wedding, several “Suits” cast members received invitations to the wedding ceremony but not to the subsequent evening reception. This timeline bolstered the narrative that Meghan had long left the show prior to initiating her relationship with Harry.

Meghan Markle’s departure from “Suits” was a creative judgment executed by the show’s creators well in advance of her introduction to Prince Harry, remaining wholly unrelated to her affiliation with the royal family.