Meghan Markle's on-screen husband Patrick J. Adams had a sweet message for his former Suits co-star the night before her royal wedding with Prince Harry. Per E! Online, Patrick, who stars as Mike Ross on the USA Today network show, tweeted out a sweet message for his friend the night before her wedding in which he admitted he was "already getting misty" just thinking about seeing his friend walking down the aisle.
Taking to Twitter on the night of May 18 just a few hours before Meghan is set to walk down the aisle, Patrick tweeted, "Going to bed now and thinking a lot about the strange surreal and wonderful day my friend Meghan is going to have tomorrow."
"Meghan - wherever you are - we are so grateful to be here to watch you both take this monumental step together," he then continued on the social media site ahead of the May 19 royal wedding. "Love deeply and live well. #RoyalWedding."
A few hours later, the Suits actor shared a sweet family story with his followers where he revealed that his grandparents actually married in Windsor, where Meghan and Harry will tie the knot today, 70 years ago.
"70 years ago my grandparents, Patricia and Cedric Marsh were married in a small service in Windsor, England. Just found that out. Already getting misty... #royalwedding," he said online.
Shortly after sharing the sweet message on Twitter, Patrick then headed to Instagram after waking up on the morning of the wedding, which he's set to attend.
Adams joked about his past viral tweet after Markle and the Prince announced their engagement last year, in which he joked that Meghan had told him she was just going out to get some milk.
Referencing the joke he made a few months ago, Patrick shared a photo of his on-screen wife and her mom on the cover of a British newspaper with the headline, "Welcome to the family."