Royal fans know that Meghan Markle scored her breakout role on the USA network legal drama “Suits” in 2011.
But once the former actress, 42, married Prince Harry in 2018, she exited the show.
When the Duke of Sussex, 39, first met Markle two years prior to their wedding, he decided to binge-watch the series to get a taste of what his ladylove did for a living.
Amid the recent surge in “Suits” viewership since it was added to Netflix in June — and co-star Patrick J. Adams sharing a plethora of racy throwback snaps of Markle — a passage from Harry’s memoir “Spare” has resurfaced.
In the chapter, the Invictus Games founder described his shock over seeing Markle act in a few intimate NSFW scenes.
He also noted how he desired to visit the “Suits” set in Toronto to watch her act as her character, paralegal Rachel Zane.
But after searching up the sexy scenes, he decided against jet-setting off to Canada.
“I’d made the mistake of googling and watching some of her love scenes online,” he penned in his book.
“I’d witnessed her and a castmate mauling each other in some sort of office or conference room… It would take electric shock therapy to get those images out of my head. I didn’t need to see such things live,” Harry sighed.
Earlier this month, Adams, 42, shared a fun clip of Markle dancing during a cast party back in 2012 via his Instagram Stories.
The then-future royal was grooving to the track “Heads High” by Mr. Vegas at a Canadian bar.
“Suits” aired from 2011 until 2019 over the course of nine seasons and Adams portrayed Markle’s husband, Mike Ross, on the show.
Last month, “Suits” creator Aaron Korsh claimed in an interview with The Hollywood Reporter that the royal family blocked Markle’s character from saying certain phrases.
“I will say, and I think Harry put this in [his book ‘Spare’], because I heard people talking about it — [the royal family] weighed in on some stuff,” he explained.
He added: “Not many things, by the way, but a few things that we wanted to do and couldn’t do, and it was a little irritating.”
In one instance, Korsh noted that Markle was supposed to say the line, “My family would say ‘poppycock,’” but The Firm had it scrapped.