Meghan Markle and her boyfriend Prince Harry are both busy at work — separated by an ocean and some 3,500 miles.
Harry is helping to host the glamorous Spanish royals’ state visit in London, while Markle is in Toronto celebrating a major career milestone: the 100th episode of her hit USA legal drama Suits.
The Suits cast — including Markle, Sarah Rafferty, Patrick J. Adams, Gabriel Macht, Rick Hoffman and new addition Dulé Hill — celebrated the occasion with a cake-cutting during a lunch break on the Toronto set Tuesday. The group cut into a towering cake designed to look like the building that houses their fictional law firm and toasted with champagne.
In June, the cast commemorated their journey to episode 100 with a live reading of their pilot episode at the ATX Television Festival in Austin, Texas.
“Oh my God, I remember this,” Markle said, breaking character while reading her character’s first scene in the pilot. “I think this is my audition scene.” She then paused and motioned to creator Aaron Korsh, who was sitting next to her.
During the post-reading panel, Markle, 35, reflected on how the cast has grown closer since filming the pilot.
“We were in a group email the other day, and I was saying we’d all lived in the same corporate housing — so on top of working together, we were living together — which makes a whole different dynamic, I think,” she said. “We just became this whole family right out the gate.”
She also reflected on how much her character has grown since the pilot.
“I am so happy . . . she’s worked so hard, and I love that, as a role model, how she’s been crafted to balance it all and now have this place at the firm where she really knows her standing, and her office isn’t just because she’s a good researcher, it’s because she’s an associate,” she said. “She’s really earned that spot.”
This article originally appeared on PEOPLE.