Meet Real-Life Spouses of 'Suits' Cast
Since 2011, "Suits" kept fans entertained with the weekly legal and personal dramas of the best lawyers in New York City. Having won one award while it also received nine nominations, the series became a popular staple on television.
The show announced on January 23, 2019, that the ninth season would be it's last, and while followers had their hopes about who in the cast would end up with whom, we looked at their partners in real-life.
Gabriel became known as the sharp and smooth-talking lawyer, Harvey Specter, who outwits his adversaries with a James Bond-like charm while he does whatever it takes to win a case.
Having little in common with his character Harvey Specter, Gabriel enjoys a more laid back lifestyle with his wife and actress, Jacinda Barrett and their two children.
Jacinda and Gabriel met on a blind date, which almost didn't end after they realized neither of them cared about the "two-day rule" a guy has to keep in mind after a successful date.
"In Swingers, they talk about how you don't call the girl right after the date, and I said to her, 'What do you think about this stupid two-day rule?' She was like, 'If you had fun tonight and you wanna call, call.' I got in the car and immediately called her, and we spoke until 9 in the morning. We've been together ever since," Gabriel said in 2012.
Gabriel and the Australian born actress tied the knot on December 29, 2004, after a special acting year for Jacinda. She starred in "Ladder 49," which honored her firefighter father and also landed a role alongside Renée Zellweger in "Bridget Jones: The Edge of Reason."
The couple welcomed their first child and daughter, Satine Anais Geraldine Macht on August 20, 2007, followed by the birth of their son, Luca Macht on February 26, 2014.
While their family life takes priority over work, Jacinda kept her acting career on track after the birth of their children and also notably starred in the films "Poseidon," and "The Last Kiss," while she also made three appearances in "Suits" during 2012 and 2013.
The quote, "You just got Litt up" will forever be associated with Rick's character Lewis Litt, the insecure powerhouse lawyer with a soft and sensitive side, but they have little in common in real life.
As the father of a two-year-old son with his ex-girlfriend whom he dated for five years, the pair still get along well and remain partners in raising their child.
Lewis Litt might be a serious cat lover, but Rick is actually allergic to the felines although the two share a tendency to second-guess themselves, a trait Rick works hard on overcoming.
PATRICK J. ADAMS
Patrick starred as the highly ambitious lawyer-in-the making and Harvey Specter's protégé, Michael Ross. In his personal life, Patrick made sure he got the girl, actress Troian Bellisario after they met while co-starring in the 2009 play, Equivocation.
The couple made their red carpet debut in 2012 at the 18th Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards and got engaged two years later.
Troian and Patrick's rustic wedding followed on December 10, 2016, in Santa Barbara, California and the two welcomed their daughter, Aurora Adams on October 8, 2018.
As the firm's best paralegal, Rachel Zane, Meghan's character fell in love with and married Michael Ross before they both exited the show.
In real life, Meghan also found her prince, literally. After divorcing from her first husband, Trevor Engelson in August 2013, Meghan became part of the British Royal Family when she married Prince Harry at St. George's Chapel at Windsor Castle in May 2018.
Having settled into life as a royal in Britain, Meghan gave birth to their son and heir seventh in line to the throne, Archie Harrison Mountbatten-Windsor on May 6, 2019.
Sarah starred as Donna Paulsen, Harvey's extremely competent and straight-shooting executive assistant. She married Aleksanteri Olli-Pekka Seppala at the Roman Catholic Church of St. Mary in Greenwich, Connecticut on June 23, 2001.
The couple only started building a family several years later, when Sarah gave birth to their first child and daughter, Oona Gray in October 2007, followed by the birth of their second daughter, Iris Friday in January 2012.
While Aleksanteri's parents are Finnish, he was born in the US and became a stock research analyst, who now works as the Chief Investment Officer at Kiitos Capital Management in Beverly Hills, California.
Gina left "Suits" in 2016 after portraying the role of Jessica Pearson, a formidable lawyer who constantly got challenged as the managing partner of the firm.
Shortly after her exit from the series, rumors circulated about her split from the actor, Laurence Fishburne whom she married on September 22, 2001. However, the couple only officially divorced on May 11, 2018, and have one child together, Delilah born in June 2007.
Being Laurence's second marriage, he previously got hitched to Hajna O. Moss in 1985, with whom he had two children.
Having built an impressive career with 117 acting credits to date, Laurence got known for portraying intelligent characters who often mentor the protagonist.
Since his first credited role in the 1972 television film, "If You Give a Dance, You Gotta Pay the Band," Laurence starred in blockbuster films such as "The Color Purple," "The Matrix" and its sequels, "Mission: Impossible III," "Contagion," and more recently in "The Mule," "John Wick: Chapter 3 - Parabellum," and "Running with the Devil."
For the last two years of the show, Dulé starred as Alex Williams, an up and coming ambitious lawyer in the firm. By that time, he had already divorced from the actress Nicole Lyn on November 6, 2012, after three months of separation.
Love came around again when he met actress Jazmyn Simon in Miami while she got busy with the shooting of the pilot for the series "Ballers." The two happened to have lunch together, and have been together since.
On April 14, 2017, Dulé popped the question in front of a colorful hot air balloon, and they got married a year later on April 21, 2018. The couple became first-time parents when Jazmyn gave birth to their son, Levi on May 10, 2019.
The actress met the love of her life, musician Josh Kelley while starring as his love interest in his music video, "Only You," in 2005. After dating for a while, Katherine brought up the topic of marriage and suggested that he propose, which Josh did in June 2006.
The following year, the pair got married in Park City, Utah on December 23, and currently have three children, although they wouldn't mind extending the family.
Josh and Katherine adopted their first two children. In 2009, they adopted Naleigh from South Korea and welcomed Louisiana born Adelaide to the family in 2012. Katherine gave birth to their first biological child, Joshua Jr. in 2016.
In 2018, Katherine made social media buzz for all the wrong reasons. During a visit to Forest Lawn Cemetry to pay her respects to passed on relatives, the actress decided to take some pictures.
However, the string of selfies didn't go down well among netizens, who soon roasted her pictures as "inappropriate" in no uncertain terms.