Prince Harry, Meghan Markle Wedding Had ‘Foul’ Smell

William Shakespeare wrote, “Something is rotten in the state of Denmark.” It turns out something smelled rotten at the wedding of Meghan Markle to Prince Harry in England.

That’s according to her former “Suits” co-star, Rick Hoffman, who appeared on the “Chicks in the Office” podcast, Fox News reported.

Hoffman said there was “something really terrible and foul” in the air that day.

Unfortunately, he did not have a poker face.

“If you type in my name in on Google you see my face making that awful face,” he joked. 


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As he took his seat, he noted there was “still air” and “as time goes on, I’m starting to smell something really terrible and foul.”

The wedding took place May 19, 2018 in St George’s Chapel at Windsor Castle.

Hoffman said it was possible the culprit was someone with bad breath. However, that was quickly dispelled.

“Somebody has terrible breath, but it was more than one person. And it was getting over here,” he said.

“Hoffman went to his ‘Suits’ castmates, recalling, ‘I don’t want them to think it’s me because I’m so particular when it comes to hygiene. So I’m like, ‘Do you guys smell that?’ And they’re like, ‘No.’ So now I’m, like, literally by myself, alone on an island, and I’m just going, ‘Mother…’ And that’s (the face) they got (on camera),” Fox News reported.

“Guess who knew that the most in the cast that I had an issue with other people’s hygiene? Meghan! Always knew and would always laugh about how I was so sensitive,” he said, according to Fox News.

Regardless of the unidentified odor, Hoffman enjoyed the event, calling it “incredibly special.” 

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