Meghan Markle


It's back to the 'ol 9-5 for Meghan Markle

Prince Harry's new girlfriend arrived to the set of her USA network television series Suits on Friday in Toronto, marking the first time she's been spotted since returning from London last weekend. 

Markle, 35, hid behind a pair of sunglasses as she headed to work in a plum-colored pea coat, skinny jeans and beige ballet flats. The American actress is currently filming the second half of the legal drama's sixth season, which will premiere in January of next year.

Just over a week ago, Meghan jetted across the pond to spend some time with the Royal, reportedly staying at her beau's Kensington Palace home, Nottingham Cottage. She was also seen toting grocery bags nearby the Prince of Wales' digs. 

Meghan Markle, Prince Harry

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For now the two might be apart, but that could all change depending on whether or not Meghan joins Harry during his upcoming service trip to the Caribbean. The hunky redhead, 32, is set to touch down in Antigua and Barbuda tomorrow for a two-week tour of the tropical islands.

After all, the temperature in Canada isn't getting any warmer!

And speaking of transatlantic trips, an insider recently told E! News that there is talk of Harry planning a trip to go and meet Markle's family. "It is seriously serious," the source added. 

We previously learned that the relationship has already earned the backing of Harry's friends and family members in the few months they've been privately dating, including Harry's father, Prince Charles, who met Markle.

"Everybody is thrilled for Harry and totally supports him," another source told E! News.

(E! and USA are both part of the NBCUniversal family.)

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