The last voice of Megan Markle’s support comes from her former Suits star.
Patrick J. Adams took to Twitter to defend the “enthusiastic, kind, cooperative, gifting, joyful” Markle, who plays his wife in the series, amid allegations that she harassed her royal aides.
“She has always been a powerful woman with a deep sense of morality and a fierce work ethic, and she has never been afraid to speak out, to be heard and protected for herself and those she cares about,” he wrote on Friday.
Adams, 39, blew up the royal family, which he described as the best “complex and at worst, seemingly archaic and toxic” and defended Markle, who faced “an endless racist, slanderous, alluring vitriol”
“It’s indecent that the royal family [sic] the newest member currently GROWS IN HER, promotes and reinforces allegations of “harassment” against a woman who was essentially forced to flee [sic] The United Kingdom to protect her family and her own mental health, “Adams continued, referring to Markle’s current pregnancy.
She and her husband Prince Harry are now the parents of their almost 2-year-old son Archie.
Adams also gave his “opinion” on Buckingham Palace and his decision to investigate the allegations, writing “this latest chapter is [sic] time is just another stunning example of the shamelessness of an institution that has outlived its significance, is exaggerated on trust, and has obviously gone bankrupt out of decency. “
Adams, who also attended Harry and Markle’s wedding to his wife, Troyan Belisario, ended his conversation by demanding that the company withdraw from Markle.
“Find someone else to warn, swear and torture,” he wrote. “My friend Megan is far from your league.”
Fans will hear the Duke and Duchess of Sussex in history on Sunday during their interview with Oprah Winfrey on CBS.