Meghan Markle reportedly jumped out of her chair to sing along to the song You Belong with Me at one of Taylor Swift's LA shows this week - but notice
The publication reports that the mother-of-two happily jumped out of her seat when Taylor played her hit single from 2008.
The pop star told the adoring crowd: ‘Let’s go back to high school!’
The former Suits actress was with her British friend Lucy Fraser, who featured prominently in the Sussexes’ tell-all Netflix series, Page Six reports.
The Duchess of Sussex (pictured in May) reportedly attended Taylor Swift’s LA concert on Tuesday night
However, Meghan – who is said to have enjoyed the girls’ night while Prince Harry is in Singapore – did not have her photo taken with the singer like some other celebs in LA.
Taylor Swift performed five shows at SoFi stadium over the past week, which have been attended by a multiple A-Listers – including Gigi Hadid, Channing Tatum, Cameron Diaz, Paula Abdul, Sarah Michelle Gellar and Sofia Vergara.
On the first night of the tour’s LA leg, Taylor took a photo with Kobe Bryant’s widow Vanessa and their children backstage.
During her performance of 22, Taylor Swift presented Vanessa’s six-year-old daughter Bianka with her bowler hat and gave her a hug from the stage.
The night before Meghan reportedly attended, the star also happily snapped a photo with Alicia Keys and her eight-year-old son Genesis backstage.
The songstress took the time to write her young fan a message – telling him she was ‘so excited’ when she heard he would be attending with his mother.
Cameron Diaz, Tiffany Haddish and Zoe Saldana watched the show from a VIP suite on Tuesday – which is the same night the Duchess of Sussex reportedly attended.
Although it is not known exactly where Meghan was reportedly situated in the stadium, she did not appear to be in the VIP tent – where Charlize Theron was happily filmed dancing along to some of the songs.
Pictured: Taylor Swift poses with Kobe Bryant’s widow Vanessa and her three daughters backstage at her LA concert last week
Pictured: Taylor Swift poses with Alicia Keys and her eight-year-old son Genesis backstage at her concert
Meghan Markle (right) reportedly attended the concert with friend Lucy Fraser (centre) earlier this week
Meghan’s reported appearance at the concert comes two months after Taylor allegedly turned down a personal initiation to appear on the Duchess’ podcast, which has since been cancelled by Spotify.
The pop singer was asked by Meghan herself to appear on Archetypes, but she declined through her representative, the Wall Street Journal reported.
Meghan’s friend Lucy Fraser played a key role in the Duke and Duchess of Sussex’s bombshell Netflix documentary last year.
Lucy Fraser, whose real name is Lucy Meadmore, left many viewers baffled about her identity when she featured in the Netflix docuseries, but appeared to have a close bond with the former Suits star, telling interviewers that she advised her on how to deal with the British press.
She was also seen enjoying ‘single girl summer’ in Europe with Meghan in 2016, as sun-soaked social media snaps showed the pals drinking Campari soda and Aperol Spritz together and posing on a huge hotel bed with Lindsay Jill Roth.
New Girl actor Max Greenfield and his wife Tess Sanchez attended one of Taylor’s LA shows this week
Cameron Diaz, Tiffany Haddish and Zoe Saldana watched the show from a VIP suite on Tuesday – which is the same night the Duchess of Sussex reportedly attended
Queer Eye’s Karamo Brown (centre) professed to be a ‘Swiftie for life’ as he attended one of the star’s concerts this week
Lucy (pictured in the Duke and Duchess of Sussex’s Netflix documentary) attended Harry and Meghan’s wedding and was described as a ‘long time friend of the bride’ on the official guest list
In one photograph posted on social media, Lucy is described by Meghan as her ‘London bestie’ as they lay on a bed together giggling in a hotel room.
She also compared Harry and Meghan to penguins because they keep their ‘mates for life’.
On screen, Lucy is described as a friend and discussed Meghan’s plans for having a ‘single-girl summer’ in 2016 – where she travelled around different countries.
Lucy – who has worked for several PR firms including Freuds, before branching out and starting her own firm – was also pictured at Harry and Meghan’s Windsor wedding, walking into St George’s with the duchess’s other close friend’s Abigail Spencer and Priyanka Chopra.
She was described as a ‘long time friend of the bride’ on the official guest list.
The Duchess is thought to have met Lucy in 2014 – when she asked her to help write her The Tig blog – and the two travelled to Costa Rica to pen a feature about the central American country.