Duchess ‘made fun of Suits co-star after seeing him naked’ as her Oprah dress to be in museum

MEGHAN Markle’s former Suits co-star, Patrick J Adams, has confessed that she once made fun of him after seeing him with no clothes on.

The incident which occurred in 2011 when the Duchess turned up to watch her co-star as he performed in an LA production of Bill Cain’s play 9 Circles, which features full-frontal male nudity.

Speaking to Entertainment Tonight, Patrick revealed: “She certainly was at the play where I was naked and she had a good time making fun of me after.”

He then joked: “So, maybe she’d like a repeat performance.”

Meanwhile, the Fashion Museum Bath announced yesterday that the Armani wrap dress the Duchess of Sussex wore during her Oprah Winfrey interview last year has been named Dress of the Year 2021.

Museum visitors will be able to see a version of the dress as the final item in the exhibition “A History of Fashion in 100 Objects.”

This year, Dazed magazine’s editor in chief, Ibrahim Kamara, and art director, Gareth Wrighton, bestowed the award.

In a joint statement, they said said: “Meghan’s wrap dress by Armani, worn to showcase a divine pregnancy, framed the Duchess in black against the bountiful landscaping of Tyler Perry’s Hollywood garden. This look now, through sheer association with a viral television moment, is firmly ingrained in our pop culture psyche”. 

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  • Prince Harry’s memoir and who’s really excited about reading it

    The golden era of the royal family seems to be long forgotten and though many are still fans of the Queen, do we care about Prince Harry’s memoir?

    The book, published by Penguin Random House, is set to be released this year.

    A lot of the prince’s life seems familiar to the public, but so much has happened that the Duke of Sussex wants to explain.

    He and his wife, Meghan Markle, a successful actress in her own right, left the UK for the US in a bid to gain privacy from the press.

    According to YouGov, though a quarter (25%) of Americans would be interested in reading the memoir compared to only 14% of Britons.

  • Will King Charles find a way to remove Harry and Meghan for good?

    For now, as Prince Charles and first in line to the throne, he poses little threat to to the Sussexes but perhaps that will change once he’s monarch.

    It wasn’t clear who Harry and Meghan were alluding to in their interview when they spoke of racism, but were adamant it wasn’t the Queen.

    Suggestions began to flood social media with Charles seeming a likely culprit.

    With the likelihood of Charles having a long reign being slim, it may be that he would rather it was as smooth as possible.

    If so, he may be happier with his youngest son remaining in the US.

  • Larry David snaps up home next to Meg & Harry

    Comedian Larry David, 74, snapped up a $5.7million four-bedroom, four and half bath Montecito home, just blocks away from Meghan and Harry’s turf in Montecito.

    The 2,858 square-foot Normandy-style home boasts an open beam ceiling, cozy fireplace, formal dining room, charming kitchen with a butler’s pantry, with a patio and spacious garden with citrus trees.

    David now joins several A-listers in the affluent community where homeowners include Oprah Winfrey, Ellen DeGeneres, and most notably, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle.   

  • Meghan & Harry enjoy dinner with Eugenie 

    The Duke and Duchess of Sussex were seen sharing a meal with Princess Eugenie and her husband Jack Brooksbank in Santa Barbara over the weekend, as TMZ shared snaps of the royal couples.

    They were pictured dining inside a covered and heated outdoor patio in the local area, as they looked to be in high spirits and all were pictured laughing.

    Meghan Markle wore an oversized white pantsuit, while Eugenie donned a stunning black sequin jumpsuit.

  • Harry’s cousin stars in milk advert 

    Peter Phillips, often referred to as “the Queen’s favourite grandchild”, has starred in a milk advert for Chinese television stations. He appears on the 30-second television advert with the caption “British Royal Family member Peter Phillips”.

    The unedifying scenes show Harry’s first cousin, Peter — now 15th in line to the throne — in dinner jacket and bow tie staring out of the window of a palatial house as a state carriage draws up.

    It suggests he is watching the arrival of the monarch at a royal palace. The ad is spliced with images of a country pile, thought to be Longleat House in Wiltshire, and a replica of a royal carriage.

    Dad-of-two Peter, 42, tells viewers: “As children, we used to spend a lot of time down at the dairy.

    “There was a herd of Jersey cattle at Windsor and we were brought up on it [the milk]. And it was always much fuller of flavour, much creamier than other milks we had growing up.”

    It is not known if he was paid for his appearance, but he could command a fee in the tens of thousands. The ad has raised questions about royals for rent and how members of the wider family should earn a crust without tarnishing the Windsor brand.

    Peter’s toe-curling promo is a stark warning to Harry and Meghan of the perils of swapping a royal life for the commercial world.

    And, after all, now that Meghan and Harry are independent of the Royal Family there is nothing to stop them indulging in similar commercial deals.

  • Harry also embroiled in litigation against the Home Office

    Harry, 37, is also involved in litigation against the Home Office over his security arrangements when he is in the UK.

    He is bringing a High Court challenge against a Home Office decision not to allow him to personally pay for police protection for himself and his family while in the UK.

    Harry wants to bring his son Archie and baby daughter Lilibet to visit from the US, but his lawyers say he and his family are “unable to return to his home” because it is too dangerous.

  • Harry launches libel action (continued…)

    It follows an incident in London in the summer of 2021 when his security was compromised after his car was chased by paparazzi photographers as he left a charity event.

    His wife, the Duchess of Sussex, previously brought a successful privacy claim against ANL over articles which reproduced parts of a “personal and private” handwritten letter to her estranged father, Thomas Markle.

    Meghan was awarded £1 nominal damages, along with an undisclosed sum which she donated to charity, after winning her case.

    ANL was also ordered to issue a front-page apology and pay the duchess’s legal costs.

    An appeal by ANL was dismissed by senior judges in December last year.

    A spokesperson for the duke said: “I can confirm the duke has filed a complaint against Associated Newspapers Limited.”

  • Harry launches libel action against Daily Mail publisher

    The Duke of Sussex has launched a High Court libel action against the publisher of the Daily Mail.

    Court filings show Harry filed a claim against Associated Newspapers Limited (ANL) on Wednesday afternoon.

    It is understood the claim relates to an article published by The Mail On Sunday on Sunday February 20 relating to issues on his family’s security, under the headline “Revealed: How Harry tried to keep his legal fight over bodyguards secret”.

    The duke is currently bringing privacy claims against News Group Newspapers, which publishes The Sun, and Mirror Group Newspapers, now Reach, which publishes The Mirror, over alleged phone hacking and unlawful information gathering.

    Harry, 37, is also involved in litigation against the Home Office over his security arrangements when he is in the UK.

    He is bringing a High Court challenge against a Home Office decision not to allow him to personally pay for police protection for himself and his family while in the UK.

    Harry wants to bring his son Archie and baby daughter Lilibet to visit from the US, but his lawyers say he and his family are “unable to return to his home” because it is too dangerous.

  • The Mail on Sunday revealed that Prince Harry tried to keep the details of his legal battle a secret from the public, in which he tried to reinstate his police protection.

    High Court documents show he fought for a far-reaching confidentiality order on the documents and witness statements surrounding his case against the Government.

    However, the Home Office argued for transparency, saying “there must be a sufficiently good reason, in the wider public interest, to justify the departure from open justice that such an order involves”.

    Both sides agreed that some papers would be made public, with the Home Office agreeing to carry out a ‘confidentiality exercise’ to determine what would be kept secret.

    The revelations of this are a crushing blow to Harry as he has always implied he had always been willing to foot the bill.

    Following this, royal author David McClure, tweeted: “Once more confusion about the accuracy of messages coming out of the Sussex camp. First Harry offers to pay, then when he visits the UK, he does not.”

  • Margot Robbie to invite Harry for dinner

    Margot Robbie has revealed she backs pal Prince Harry’s decision to step back from royal duties — and plans to invite him and Meghan to dinner in Los Angeles.

    The Hollywood A-lister, who met Harry four years ago, said the couple “have their reasons” for walking away from HRH titles and starting a life in Canada, saying: “It something that is taken lightly.”

    Margot, 29, has said that she and her director husband cannot wait to catch with the royal couple in person, saying: “I have known Prince Harry for a while and he is a great guy.

    “I know as much as anybody a big decision it is to move halfway across the world.

    “I still miss London a lot had my reasons for moving they have their reasons for the decision.

    ‘You can’t prankcall royalty.

    “It isn’t something taken lightly. If they are going spend more time in LA, would love to have dinner with them.”

  • Queen’s charity website promotes Harry’s firm

    A leading Commonwealth charity which has the Queen as its patron is promoting the online coaching business that employs Prince Harry as its chief impact officer.

    The coaching, by BetterUp, is described as “truly phenomenal” in testimony by one user on the website of the Queen’s Commonwealth Trust (QCT). Prince Harry was previously president of the trust.

    One branding expert said the endorsement was valuable publicity for the startup, which is now valued at $4.7bn (£3.5bn) and is described as “the largest mental health and coaching company in the world”.

  • Meghan had ‘disastrous’ secret night out with Eugenie

    We’ve all had a night out that was set to be a great one that didn’t quite go to plan… 

    After four months of dating in relative secret, the press crashed a night out the royal couple were having with Harry’s cousin, Eugenie.

    In November 2016, it was leaked that the American actress and everyone’s favourite royal bad boy were dating.

    Despite using Halloween to their advantage so they could enjoy themselves in disguise, Prince Harry received a call telling them they’d been outed.

    He was told that the press knew of their relationship and it would be announced the following day.

    Meghan Markle recalled the day and the call that changed their lives forever.

  • William left red faced after a surprise from Diana

    Prince William recalled how he was left red-faced as a teenager when Diana gathered his favourite supermodels to say hello to him.

    The duke was wracked with embarrassment, because he had pictures of Naomi Campbell, Cindy Crawford and Christy Turlington on his wall.

    Speaking on the ITV documentary Diana, Our Mother in 2017 he said: “She organised, when I came home from school to have Cindy Crawford, Christy Turlington and Naomi Campbell waiting at the top of the stairs.

    “I was probably a 12 or 13-year-old boy who had posters of them on his wall.

    “And I went bright red and didn’t quite know what to say and sort of fumbled. I think I pretty much fell down the stairs on the way up. I was utterly sort of awestruck.

    “But that was a very funny memory that’s lived with me forever about her loving and embarrassing and being, sort of, the joker.”

  • Meghan Markle’s Oprah interview dress goes on display

    Meghan Markle and Prince Harry’s interview with Oprah created shock waves through the country when it landed on our screens.

    Now a version of the black and white silk dress which was worn by the Duchess during the interview is now on display in Bath’s Fashion Museum.

    The dress is featured within their 2021 ‘Dress of the Year’ section.

    Visitors to the Fashion Museum are able to view the famous dress for themselves as it is the final item in the headline exhibition ‘A History of Fashion in 100 Objects’.

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