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Prince Harry rumoured to be dating actress who plays a paralegal in Suits

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Royal’s fascination with lawyers continues

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Rumours are swelling that Prince Harry is dating an actress best known for playing a paralegal in law student favourite TV show Suits.

The tabloids have claimed over the weekend the English prince is “besotted” with American actress Meghan Markle, who stars as Rachel Zane in the legal drama.

According to the Mail Online, the pair met in Toronto this summer, follow each other on social media and have met in London several times. Apparently 35-year-old Markle has already been introduced to Harry’s family, namely Prince William and Kate Middleton.

This isn’t the first time 32-year-old Harry has been linked to a lawyer — fictional or otherwise.

From 2004 to 2011, he was in an on-off relationship with magic circle solicitor Chelsy Davy, who ditched her job at Allen & Overy in 2014 to pursue other interests. The University of Leeds graduate told the press “it got to the point that I wanted something that was mine”. She is now the proud owner of a luxury jewellery company.

Legal Cheek wonders whether Harry’s draw to lawyer girlfriends boils down to his interest in the law.

In March, there was speculation the Queen’s grandson was off to Yale University to study law. Understandably, the news sent students at the Ivy League campus into a spin, but — as yet — Harry’s yet to make his Yale Law School debut.

Other big names reportedly heading for the profession include reality star Kim Kardashian, who told Wonderland Magazine in September she “really wants” to go to law school.

22 Comments

Anonymous

Is the best “story” that you could come up with today? Jesus wept.

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Single Northern Trainee

I will have you now that I am gutted by these rumours, first Kate Middleton went off the market and now Meghan Markle …. there is no hope left

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Anonymous

Northern trainee? You didn’t have much hope to begin with…

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Anonymous

Savage.

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Anonymous

How is this legal news?

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Anon

Not really big news for paralegals… she’s a rich and famous actress!!

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Anonymous

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Jones Day partner

Quality bantz, you’ll go far at our Firm.

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Anonymous

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Anonymous

And two timing men are a dime a dozen.

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Anonymous

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Anonymous

Top bantz.

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Lore

Stay invimratofe, San Diego, yeah boy!

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Anonymous

She needs to get some better fitting blouses. That one is pulling at the buttons and forming creases. Not a good look in front of Her Majesty.

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Lord Harley

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Anonymous

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Anonymous

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Anonymous

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Theresa

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Gina

Every celebrity dating life seems so unreal, perfect and with no problems. I can’t imagine how hard it is to hide if they have some issues. Probably that’s why we always see on news so many breakups and divorces. I just talked about that with a friend of mine at baltimore.partyline.com and we are wondering if any celebrity is using online dating apps, chats, sites. Imagine talking with your favorite singer, actor and not knowing who are you talking to.

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Anonymous

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Ingredients is simple
1 large onion chopped,
A few knobs of butter
5 pounds potatoes, finely grated, and soaked in water
1/2 cup flour
1 (12 ounce) can evaporated milk
6 eggs
salt and pepper to taste.
Directions
Prep
25 m
Cook
1 h 10 m
Ready In
1 h 35 m
Preheat oven to 375 degrees F (190 degrees C). Lightly grease a 9×13 inch baking dish.
Heat pan; stir onions, and cook in knob of butter until soft and translucent.
In a large bowl, stir together, onion,butter and potatoes. Mix in flour, evaporated milk, and eggs. Season with salt and pepper to taste.
Pour into baking dish, and bake in a preheated oven until top is nicely brown, about 1 hour. Cut into squares, and serve with dollop of sour cream and some jam if you like

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Stallone

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