SUITS creator Aaron Korsh has alleged the Royal Family asked to edit Meghan Markle's script to remove a "sensitive" word.
He claims he became "irritated" when The Firm requested "poppycock" be scrubbed from Meghan's character Rachel Zane.
The 56-year-old – who created 134 episodes of the hit legal drama – claims this was just one of several Royal interference's on the show.
Speaking to The Hollywood Reporter, he said: "I heard people talking about it — [the Royal Family] weighed in on some stuff.
"A few things that we wanted to do and couldn’t do, and it was a little irritating.
"The Royal Family did not want… to put the word 'poppycock' in her mouth.
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"I presume because they didn’t want people cutting things together of her saying 'c**k'.
"So, we had to change it to 'b*****t' instead of 'poppycock'."
Meghan, 42, played Rachel Zane for seven seasons in Suits between 2011-2018.
She married Prince Harry, 38, the year she quit the show.
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Suits ended in 2019.
But Korsh claims edit requests from the Royal's began when Meghan and Harry started dating in 2016.
He claims "there was maybe one or two more things" Buckingham Palace asked to change, but insisted he couldn't recall what those were.
The allegations are similar to those made in Prince Harry's explosive memoir Spare.
He says Suits writers grew increasingly "frustrated" with the "palace communications" team for "advising" on changes to Meghan's lines.
It comes as Meghan's suspected "new" Instagram has raked in 100k followers – without sharing one single post.
She ditched her personal account after joining the Royal Family and in April 2018 made a joint one with husband Harry, named @sussexroyal.
But five years after deleting her personal account – the Duchess of Sussex is reportedly getting ready to make a comeback with the handle @meghan.
The account was made in June 2022 when Harry and Meghan were visiting the UK for the Queen's Platinum Jubilee.
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