Suits star Patrick J Adams desperate to work with Meghan Markle again

Patrick J Adams has shared his desperation to work with Meghan Markle again following their time together on Suits, and we need to make this happen somehow.

The pair portrayed on-screen couple Mike Ross and Rachel Zane in the legal drama until they officially bowed out in the season seven finale.

Speaking about their bond in a new interview, the actor heaped praise on the Duchess of Sussex and revealed that he wants to work with her once more.

‘I would kill to work with Meghan again,’ Patrick – who briefly returned to Suits in season nine – told Extra.

‘She’s a huge talent and more than anything she’s the most motivated, driven human being I’ve ever met in my life. I’m very excited to see what she does.’

The actor also explained that seeing his pal’s charity work alongside Prince Harry inspired him to follow suit.

He is set to launch a clothing range with wife Troian Bellisario, inspired by their respective shows, Suits and Pretty Little Liars.

Proceeds from the Troian and Patrick Collection will create a photography academy in LA.

‘I’m just grateful for her influence in my life,’ he added of Meghan. ‘Her wanting to give back and her charitable causes, that part of her that is so pure and runs right through her and always has, that’s the sort of things that inspires us to want to, like, really dig into opportunities like this….

‘When we met, I was like, “I’m an actor, we act, what else do we do?” And she was like, “You might want to figure out how else you want to be helpful.”’

Patrick’s comments come after the Royal couple made headlines for calling out Spotify, amid intense backlash surrounding the Joe Rogan Experience podcast and its false claims on the Covid-19 vaccine.

Many called the streaming service out for allowing ‘Covid misinformation’ to be spread on its platform, with musicians removing their catalogues.

In a statement released through their Archewell Foundation, Meghan and Harry weighed into the controversy.

‘Since the inception of Archewell, we have worked to address the real-time global misinformation crisis,’ they said. ‘Hundreds of millions of people are affected by the serious harms of mis- and disinformation every day.

‘Last April, our co-founders began expressing concerns to our partners at Spotify about the all too real consequences of Covid misinformation on its platform.’ 

‘We have continued to express our concerns to Spotify to ensure changes to its platform are made to help address this public health crisis.

‘We look to Spotify to meet this moment and are committed to continuing our work together as it does.’

Spotify CEO Daniel Ek later shared a public message on the platform amid the growing fury, sharing the company’s plan to tackle the spread of misinformation.

In the statement, he confirmed that the platform will add Covid-19 advisory labels that will take listeners to a dedicated coronavirus page featuring the latest information.

Users will also not be able to publish ‘content that promotes dangerous false or dangerous deceptive medical information that may cause offline harm or poses a direct threat to public health’, and could be suspended or permanently banned if they break these rules.

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