Meghan Markle’s former Suits co-star has reportedly offered up his Noosa home for her and Prince Harry to stay in. Credit: AFP Photo/POOL/Chris Jackson
Meghan Markle’s former Suits co-star has reportedly offered up his Noosa home for her and Prince Harry to stay in. Credit: AFP Photo/POOL/Chris Jackson

Harry, Meghan invited to Suits star’s Sunshine Coast home

PRINCE Harry and Meghan Markle are reportedly planning to holiday in Australia.

Meghan's close friend and former Suits co-star Gabriel Macht - whose wife is Australian actress Jacinda Barrett - has invited the royal newlyweds to Queensland for a romantic getaway, according to the Sunday Mirror .

Macht and his wife - who were guests at the royal wedding - reportedly offered the Duke and Duchess of Sussex the opportunity to relax at their stunning $880,000 property in the beachside town of Noosa.

Macht and Barrett arrive at Windsor Castle for the royal wedding. (Toby Melville/pool photo via AP)
Macht and Barrett arrive at Windsor Castle for the royal wedding. (Toby Melville/pool photo via AP)

A source told the newspaper: "Harry and Meghan have a window free and Gabriel and his wife have invited them to their beautiful Queenslander-style house.

"It's an incredible place and will be perfect for them to chill out before they go on what is likely to be a fairly non-stop tour."

Harry and Meghan will be in Australia later this year. (Photo by Steve Parsons — WPA Pool/Getty Images)
Harry and Meghan will be in Australia later this year. (Photo by Steve Parsons — WPA Pool/Getty Images)

Harry and Meghan will reportedly have a few days off following Sydney's Invictus Games in October, before jetting off on their first official tour.

It's already been tipped that the pair will visit exotic locations for their honeymoon including Botswana and Hawaii, and they're also expected to enjoy a "mini-moon" in Ireland.

The newlyweds made their first joyous public appearance at Prince Charles' lavish garden party.

The Buckingham Palace event marked Prince Charles' 70th birthday, which falls in November.

This story originally appeared in The Sun and is republished here with permission.