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6 things from Mike and Rachel's wedding on Suits that should be worked into the royal wedding

The season finale aired this week.

[Mild spoilers ahead gang - turn back now if you've yet to watch Suits season 7 finale 'Tiny Violin/Good Bye'.]

MIKE AND RACHEL finally got married.

After seven seasons of their romance just always being there (and never half as interesting as Donna and Harvey’s will-they-won’t-they relationship), they tied the knot in a rather lavish do.

The finale marks Meghan Markle and Patrick J. Adam’s last appearance on the show playing their respective characters, as Meghan prepares to marry Prince Harry next month, and Patrick … Does his own thing.

Announcement Of Prince Harry's Engagement To Meghan Markle Source: Chris Jackson

Anyone, here’s some things from the fictional wedding that we get for the real thing.

1. This floral arrangement.

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Stunning. We’d imagine we’ll be getting something a bit more muted.

2. This woman looking absolutely ecstatic …

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3. … And this woman looking less so.

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Always a royal wedding attendee, never a royal.

4. It ends with them both running away to run a legal clinic in Seattle.

The two of them sprinting out of St. George’s Chapel, getaway car awaiting them, to live out the life they’ve always dreamed about.

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5. In the event that that does not happen, we’d settle for an uncomfortably long embrace between Harry and William.

Source: USA Network

6. Louis Litt dancing.

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*very Kim Kardashian voice* “It’s what we deserve.”

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