A source told The Sunday Times newspaper: "I don't think he went out and deliberately looked for a famous actress".
In the show, Smith's character Prince Philip struggles with the same transition Markle is about to face - the complex Royal transition.
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Markle had been in the United Kingdom four years ago, raising her profile as a star on U.S. paralegal drama Suits when she chatted about the former Chelsea star over drinks.
Writing in her OK! magazine column, she said: "It won't be an easy ride for her taking on such a big responsibility and having her whole life scrutinised. But hey, she's marrying the prince of Britain-how exciting for her".
The couple, who announced their engagement news in public on 27 November, couldn't stop gushing over each other in an interview with the BBC recently. All the stars were aligned - everything was just flawless. "I fell into her life". She said, "It was so sweet and natural and very romantic".
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However on this occasion, the bride-to-be was absent and thought to be at home at Nottingham Cottage at Kensington Palace. He got down on one knee.
The actress also said: "Thanks, I appreciate it".
The 32-year-old Royal added, "There were hugs and I had the ring in my finger".
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Alex Bomberg, a former Royal Aide and CEO of a British personal security firm, told the Independent, "If you can imagine her being put into a room, being treated as if she was a hostage, the room being stormed by the SAS, she will be put through that training".