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The 81st edition of Golden Globes became special for `Suits` fans. On Sunday night, actors Patrick J. Adams and Gabriel Macht reunited at the 2024 Golden Globes` red carpet. They were later joined onstage to present together with costars Gina Torres and Sarah Rafferty, Variety reported.

The reunion came four years after Suits ended its run on USA Network and months after the legal drama found new global audience on Netflix. Adams and Macht looked dapper in black suits. Torres chose a sheer button-up blouse paired with a black and white floor-length skirt. Rafferty donned a flowy, pale blue halter dress.

`Suits` ran for nine seasons from 2011-2019. It follows a college dropout Mike Ross (Adams), who winds up working as a lawyer at a high-profile firm alongside some of New York City`s best, including Harvey Specter (Macht), Jessica Pearson (Torres) and Louis Litt (Hoffman).

The show also starred Meghan Markle, who was missing from the 2024 Golden Globes ceremony. Reports said that Meghan Markle turned down the chance to reunite with her `Suits` co-stars at the Golden Globes.

Page Six reported that the Duchess of Sussex, 42, was invited to join former cast members Patrick J. Adams, Gabriel Macht, Sarah Rafferty and Gina Torres on stage to present the best TV drama, but was unavailable. “We asked the duchess, but we were told that, unfortunately, she had a previous commitment,” a Globes insider told Page Six.

The `Suits` stars, sans Markle, made an appearance after host Jo Koy made a brutal dig at Prince Harry and his wife. “Turns out Prince Harry and Meghan Markle will still get paid millions of dollars for doing absolutely nothing – and that’s just by Netflix,” he quipped as cameras zoomed in on the streamer’s CEO Ted Sarandos laughing.

The comment followed a gag about the release of the final series of Netflix’s royal family drama The Crown, which Koy timed to land after jokes about `Succession`. “Just a great series about a rich, white, dysfunctional family, all scheming – oh no that’s ‘The Crown,’ that’s ‘The Crown,’ I’m sorry,” he said. 

Koy then cracked another joke at the Sussexes’ expense, saying, “How great was Imelda Staunton in ‘The Crown,’ wasn’t she amazing? The portrayal of the queen was so good Prince Harry called her and asked her for money.”

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