Prince Harry admits ‘mistake’ of Googling Meghan’s Suits raunchy love scenes

Meghan Markle in Suits
Meghan Markle in Suits

Prince Harry admitted he made a mistake by watching sex scenes involving his wife Meghan from the hit drama Suits.

Writing in his memoir Spare, he said it would take “electric-shock therapy” to get the raunchy scenes out of his head after he made “the mistake of Googling and watching some of her love scenes online”.

He wrote: “I’d witnessed her and a castmate mauling each other in some sort of office or conference room.

“I didn’t need to see such things live.”

Meghan played the part of lawyer Rachel Zane in the drama for seven series from 2011 to 2018 and Harry revealed her fans included his brother and his wife who shrieked when he announced he was dating the actress.

He wrote: “I was baffled, until Willy and Kate explained that they were regular — nay, religious — viewers of Suits.”

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Harry said he had been worried about telling them and had not expected them to “barrage” him with questions about the actress, adding: “All this time I’d thought Willy and Kate might not welcome Meg into the family, but now I had to worry about them hounding her for an autograph.”

Los Angeles-born Meghan landed the role on the hit show after working her way up via smaller parts and a stint as a ‘briefcase girl’ on the US version of the game show Deal or No Deal.

Meghan, who retired from acting when she married Harry, has said her early career stumbled because she was seen as being “ethnically ambiguous”, saying: “I wasn’t black enough for the black roles and I wasn’t white enough for the white ones.”

Prince Harry also opened up on how much he had learned from his relationship with Meghan, who is mixed race, and described himself as “probably bigoted” before he met her.

Speaking to US broadcaster Anderson Cooper, Harry said “the race element” of the couple’s relationship had been “jumped on straight away” by the British press when their relationship was thrust into the spotlight.

He said: “What Meghan had to go through was similar in some part to what Kate and what Camilla went through — very different circumstances.

“But then you add in the race element, which was what the press, (the) British press jumped on straight away.

“I went into this incredibly naive. I had no idea the British press were so bigoted. Hell, I was probably bigoted before the relationship with Meghan.”