Meghan revisits acting past at London theatre as "Suits" return ruled out

Meghan revisits acting past at London theatre as

Meghan revisits acting past at London theatre as "Suits" return ruled out

As the USA begins to dig out from snow and sub-zero temperatures, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle stepped right into them during a trip to Bristol. Add Royal Family as an interest to stay up to date on the latest Royal Family news, video, and analysis from ABC News.

Katharine McPhee shared a borderline unrecognizable photo of herself with Meghan Markle Thursday, and you have to see it to believe it.

"We're not now pursuing asking Meghan Markle to leave her position with the royal family and join us", Korsh was quoted as saying by website Entertainment Tonight.

Meghan and Prince Harry travelled to Bristol on Friday for a day of royal engagements, including a visit to the Old Vic theatre.

Markle wore one of her signature long black coats for the occasion with a pair of suede, olive green Sarah Flint boots (; $695) peaking out from beneath the hem.

The Duchess of Sussex ended up staying an additional fifteen minutes to ensure that she could chat with everyone who'd shown up to meet with her and then did a quick walkabout on her way out of the University before leaving.

Meghan wrote down messages such as "You are special", and "You are courageous", on the outside of the bananas.

As well as visiting the Old Vic Meghan and Harry visited met volunteers and helped out in the One25 charity kitchen.

The Duchess of Sussex has written personal messages of love and empowerment for street sex workers in Bristol to find in food parcels when they access night outreach support.

Finally, they visited Empire Fighting Chance, a charity which seeks to use boxing to turn the lives around of young people who are failing at school or at risk of drifting into unemployment or crime, where the couple were given their own personalized boxing gloves.

Arriving at the National Theatre, the royal was seen leaving her vehicle, without shutting the door instead of heading straight inside the building in London.

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