The creator of the TV show "Suits," Aaron Korsh, has revealed that the royal family, particularly in connection to Meghan Markle, provided input on the show's scripts. Meghan Markle played the role of Rachel Zane, a paralegal, on the legal drama. According to Korsh, after Meghan's relationship with Prince Harry became public in 2016, the royal family had some involvement in the show's scripts, though the level of their input was limited.
Korsh mentioned that the royal family's input wasn't extensive, but there were a few instances where they expressed their opinions. He recalled an incident where Meghan's character was scripted to say the word "poppycock" to refer to a sensitive topic, which was intended as a nod to Korsh's in-laws. However, the royal family objected to the word and didn't want Meghan to say it on screen, presumably due to concerns about potential negative associations. The line was eventually changed to "bullshit."
This revelation offers insight into the dynamic between Meghan's acting career and her transition into becoming a member of the royal family. It also sheds light on how even seemingly minor details in scripts can come under scrutiny when they involve individuals with connections to prominent figures.