Prince Harry’s secret visit to Meghan on set of Suits that made her ‘proud’

Prince Harry visited Meghan Markle on the set of the hit TV show Suits in Toronto, according to a new book.

In the early days of the Prince and Meghan's relationship, it is reported that Harry showed his support by visiting her workplace.

Finding Freedom, the new biography which is filled with revelations about the duo's relationship, disclosed Harry visiting the set.

In 2017, Meghan and Harry were seen holding hands at the Invictus Games, marking it as their first public appearance as a couple.

Co-authors Omid Scobie and Carolyn Durand reveal that during the same visit to Toronto Harry went to the set.

"He came in quietly, and a lot of people didn't even know he came until after the visit," a production staff member reportedly explained in the book, according to Town & Country.

"He kept saying how proud he was of Meghan, but he also just seemed curious to see how it all works," the source continued.

"He wanted to see the props department, and Meghan was more than happy to take him on a little tour with some of her close friends from the show."

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Last week the author of the book said Meghan Markle and Prince Harry 's relationship is a "beautiful love story."

Omid said: "[It's] a beautiful love story [and] against the odds allows them to thrive in a space where they weren't thriving before."

Among other revelations, the book claims single MeghanMarkle joked she’d settle for "a nice English gentleman to flirt with" before she met Prince Harry.

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The book states: "It was summer, and she was newly single. Although her two-year relationship (her first serious one since her divorce three years earlier) had only recently ended, Meghan still very much believed in finding lasting love.

"During her visit to London, however, she joked to a pal that she’d settle for 'a nice English gentleman to flirt with."

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