Meghan Markle
Meghan Markle, Duchess of Sussex is pictured visiting the Royal Variety Charity’s on Dec. 18, 2018, in Twickenham, England. Chris Jackson/Getty Images

Meghan Markle might’ve retired from the world of acting when she married Prince Harry last year, but that doesn’t mean she isn’t still making waves on TV.

Lately, characters in television shows have been mentioning the “Suits” alum in passing, and the most recent occurrence was in last week’s “Black-ish.”

In Season 5, episode 20 of the ABC sitcom, titled “Good in the ‘Hood,” guest star Raven-Symoné (Rhonda Johnson) tells her brother, Dre (Anthony Anderson), that his kids are scared of black people. Not okay with this, he decides to take his twins to South Los Angeles for the day.

It’s while driving through the neighborhoods there that Dre name-drops the Duchess of Sussex.

“I can’t believe this is the place my kids were afraid of. The lawns are mowed, there are no loose dogs, people are jogging. That’s right, jogging. This place is safe. No, it’s a treasure. In fact, all kinds of famous people lived here,” Dre said via voice-over before going on to list some of the famous names. “Ice Cube, Tina Turner, John Singleton, Meghan Markle, Issa Rae and former mayor Tom Bradley. This neighborhood is known as the Black Beverly Hills.”

“Black-ish” is far from the only show to have mentioned members of the royal family recently. Its spinoff series, “Grown-ish,” even mentioned Markle in two episodes in January. “Lethal Weapon” and “Superstore” are some of the other shows to have included the royals in episodes lately.