Meghan Markle's Suits co-star Patrick J. Adams has arrived in England ahead of her wedding to Prince Harry on Saturday (19May18).
The actor revealed he was in the U.K. on Instagram on Thursday by sharing a picture of a sign for "the oldest freehouse in England", the Royal Standard of England, in Beaconsfield, 13 miles from Windsor, where the royal wedding will take place.
"I have historically ale’d," he wrote in the caption, making a joke out of the pub's "historic alehouse" label.
He then shared he was joined by his actress wife, Pretty Little Liars star Troian Bellisario, by sharing a picture of the couple standing with an 18-year-old fan named Clare, who was celebrating her birthday.
"Happy 18th birthday, @clare.stephenson_ - thanks for taking us to our new favourite bar," he wrote.
The 36-year-old, who played Meghan's onscreen love interest in Suits, refused to confirm whether or not he was attending the ceremony, to be held at St. George's Chapel in Windsor Castle, during his recent promotional activities, but said he would be buying her a Vitamix blender as a gift.
Other Suits stars are also in Europe - Gabriel Macht and his actress wife Jacinda Barrett shared a picture of themselves in London's Hyde Park earlier this week ahead of a trip to Cannes, France. Meanwhile, Sarah Rafferty, who has been photographed in London, Rick Hoffman, and Gina Torres are set to appear on America's Today show on Friday live from Windsor.
"Suitors, the royal wedding is just around the corner and @sarahgrafferty, Gina Torres, and @RickHoffman_ are going to be on the @TODAYshow to talk about it! Tune-in TOMORROW from 7-9am ET on NBC!" a message on the Suits Twitter account read.
Other celebrity guests expected to attend the wedding include Priyanka Chopra, who shared that she was on a flight on Thursday, David and Victoria Beckham, George and Amal Clooney, members of the Spice Girls, and Elton John, who is rumoured to perform.
Angelina Jolie was spotted landing in London with her children on Thursday, but she is not expected to attend the ceremony, according to People.