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The cast of Suits will be onhand for former co-star Meghan Markle's wedding to Prince Harry on Saturday, but will apparently be sitting out of the evening reception according to Us Weekly

“[The cast is] important to her, but she has a new inner circle of friends,” an unnamed insider reveals to the publication, suggesting Patrick J. Adams and co. didn't make the cut for the 200-guest evening reception at Frogmore House. “The afternoon reception is for Meghan and Harry’s old circle and the evening establishes their new circle.”

That isn't deterring the cast from being part of whatever part of the celebration they're invited to. Costar Gabriel Macht is already in England, sharing this photo with his wife in London on Instagram.

 

Yesterday #london #hydepark Today #guess

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Meanwhile, Sarah Rafferty's been documenting her time in nearby Paris the past several days, taking some time to "play closet" with her favourite Parisians. Could she still be looking for a dress to the big day? 

While Adams, Abigail Spencer, Gina Torres and Amanda Schull are all expected to attend, fellow Suits actor Rick Hoffman shared a  video in which he says he's excited to be  "heading east for some special event." Special indeed!

 

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As for other famous faces expected to attend: Priyanka Chopra recently revealed she'll be on hand for the event, while Serena Williams is also expected to be there.

Elton John is reportedly performing at the wedding, though it's unclear whether he'll take the mic at the ceremony or reception.

And while Richard Branson was witness to Princess Diana's wedding to Prince Charles in 1981, the business mogul tells us two of his three children will be attending this time around.

"I've delegated it to my children, Holly and Sam," he told our Traci Melchor this week. "When I say delegated I mean I wasn't invited, they were invited. It's jumped a generation now."

Alluding to the recent attention around Meghan's father dropping out of the proceedings, Branson says when it comes down to it, he foresees a wonderful day.

"It should be a magical moment," he says. "I think sadly some elements of the press has spoiled it a bit for them. But it'll be a magical moment."

As for rumours Meghan and Harry will honeymoon at one of his retreats?

"If it was true I certainly wouldn't be able to say," he says. "[Harry]'s been to Necker [Island] when they were quite young, [Diana] would take them to Necker in order to escape the paparazzi and give them some propert family time... But I have no idea where they're going to honeymoon."