Meghan Markle and Prince Harry’s romance is getting serious that everyone is hoping to hear their engagement soon. However, the “Suits” star is keeping herself mum when asked about the wedding.On Sunday, Markle attended the ATX Television Festival in Austin, Texas. The “Suits” star looked fab in a delicate cream dress with a red floral print. She also participated in a script reading with her co-stars.Rick Hoffman caught Markle off-guard when he teased her to read the script with a British accent, referencing to her boyfriend, Harry. The crowd cheered while the “Horrible Bosses” star blushed and laughed with the audience, Daily Mail reported.READ: Meghan Markle prepares for her gown for Pippa Middleton‘s weddingIt was followed by a panel discussion, where Markle … Next »
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