'Suits': Meghan Markle, Patrick J. Adams out for Season 8?

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle

The series is now in production on the final episodes of season seven, expected to air in United States of America early next year.

Adams and Markle have been with the legal ensembler since its inception in 2011.

She shut down her lifestyle website The Tig earlier this year and has been spending more and more time in the United Kingdom with other half Prince Harry, fuelling rumours that they'll soon get engaged.

It is understood that both stars' contracts are up after season seven, so neither is obligated to stay.

According to news reports Monday, the two actors are looking to depart the popular cable drama at the conclusion of Season 7, which will broadcast its final six episodes in early 2018.

Meghan Markle and Patrick J. Adams are eying an exit from "Suits".

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A rep for United States of America and UCP declined to comment.

Adams plays one of the leads: Mike Ross, a brilliant college dropout who was hired as an associate at a prestigious Manhattan law firm by attorney Harvey Specter (Gabriel Macht) at the start of the series.

Suits creator Aaron Korsh told Deadline in September: "They all have things going on in their lives, we'll see what happens".

"I went to bed, and woke up in the morning and realized "Oh, yeah".

We're only just getting used to the idea of having to watch Suits without Rachel Zane, played by Meghan Markle, but it looks like the show is set to lose another main character. The spin-off will be launched by Suits' season 7 finale, which is also functioning as a backdoor pilot.

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