Meghan Markle is on the west coast visiting friends, but she left homework for the royal staff to prepare for her upcoming star-studded wedding to England's Prince Harry.
Stewards overseeing the royal wedding have been told by their boss to watch her TV show SUITS so they can identify guests, WENN.com reports.
Prince Harry, 33, and the 36-year-old American actress are set to wed in Windsor Castle's St George's Chapel in May next year.
Historian Hugo Vickers, who is Captain of the chapel's Lay Stewards, says he ordered his staff to watch the show, in which Meghan plays paralegal Rachel Zane.
"I've told the Stewards to get Netflix and watch 'Suits', so they know who everyone is at the wedding," he allegedly told London's Daily Mail newspaper.
However, royal officials are yet to confirm who will be invited to the ceremony.
Meghan announced she was leaving the legal drama to focus on her royal duties.
Series creator Aaron Korsh has admitted he began writing Meghan out of the show as soon as he knew she had fallen for the Prince.
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