• Rick Hoffman starred with Meghan Markle in 'Suits'
  • The actor has shared a funny anecdote about her wedding to Harry
  • Apparently it was a stinker

During a podcast, the 'Suits' star recounts his olfactory ordeal, which was caught on camera, and shares the inside scoop on the cast's reunion for Super Bowl ads. Dive into the stinky details and catch up on the latest from the 'Suits' alumni and the Sussexes' Canadian adventures!

Rick has spilled the beans

The wedding of Meghan Markle and Prince Harry was a global spectacle, but according to Rick Hoffman, there was a nose-wrinkling detail that the cameras didn't miss. On the 'Chicks in the Office' podcast, Hoffman dished out the dirt – or should we say, the stench – that had him grimacing in the pews.

"If you type in my name in on Google you see my face making that awful face," Hoffman quipped. As he settled into his seat, something in the air turned his smile upside down. "I’m starting to smell something really terrible and foul," he confessed. The actor feared being falsely accused of poor hygiene, a personal pet peeve, and even Meghan knew of his scent sensitivities!

Despite the smelly situation, Hoffman called the wedding "incredibly special." Meanwhile, the 'Suits' cast is riding a wave of renewed fame, appearing in Super Bowl commercials and enjoying the show's streaming success.

Gabriel Macht and Patrick J. Adams shared with 'The Hollywood Reporter' that their contact with Markle has been minimal, but the support for the show's resurgence is strong.

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Meghan and Harry recently visited Canada, the 'Suits' filming location and their temporary post-royal residence. They celebrated the Invictus Games Vancouver Whistler 2025 and even participated in Winter Training Camp activities.

Harry tried his hand at wheelchair curling, cheered on by Michael Bublé and his wife. Bublé later serenaded Harry with a heartfelt rendition of "My Way," sending healing wishes to King Charles III.