Actor Patrick J. Adams, Meghan Markle’s co-star on Suits, has shared never-before-seen pictures of the Duchess of Sussex taken while they both worked on the legal drama.
In the legal drama, which aired from 2011 to 2018, Meghan played the role of paralegal Rachel Zane and Patrick portrayed Mike Ross, the love interest of the Duchess’s character.
Initially, Adams shared several images of his co-stars and Meghan, including a somewhat compromising one in which the Duchess is lying on the floor with her legs raised and leaning against a piece of furniture. This position left her legs exposed.
In his post, Patrick Adams wrote “I miss my friends” and added other pictures of the rest of the cast.
More photos of Meghan Markle in Suit
The next day, Patrick continued to reminisce about his time in the production, which is currently available on Netflix, and posted more pictures of Meghan.
In the new, or rather old photos, Meghan appears on the set of the series dressed in the clothes of her character.
While in the second, the Duchess appears lying on a sofa with her arms outstretched and in another while holding a transparent umbrella on a rainy day.
Why did Patrick J. Adams delete the photos of Meghan Markle?
If Adams caused surprise when he published the unpublished images of his partners, it caused more impact when a few hours after publishing them, he decided to delete them all.
And that’s not all, the actor also apologized for sharing the images. Could it be that Meghan said something to him?
Adams explained that he got carried away and that his followers reminded him that the actors union was protesting for a better contract.
“The last couple of days I foolishly and thoughtlessly let a trip down Suits memory lane distract me from the very real and ongoing fight everyone in @sagaftra continues to wage in its effort to win our membership realistic 21st century compensation and protections,” Adams began a statement shared to his Instagram Story.
“It was an embarrassing oversight for which I’m incredibly sorry,” he continued. “So grateful to those who gently and swiftly course-corrected me here and I look forward to continuing the fight in the days and weeks ahead. #sagaftrastrong”
According to the union, members “may not promote struck work or struck companies on social media.”
That would be Patrick’s reason for removing the posts. It remains to be seen if he will repost the pictures once the strike is over.