Meghan Markle and Prince Harry Reportedly Adopted a Dog Together
Since tying the knot on May 19, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle (now officially known as the Duke and Duchess of Sussex) have been on a nonstop whirlwind ride. From going on official tours abroad to attending friends’ weddings, their schedules have been busier than ever. Somehow, though, they’ve reportedly found time to grow their family… with the addition of a new pup.
Although the dog has yet to be spotted, People claims that it appears to be a Labrador who joined the couple earlier this summer and is already living its best life. According to reports, the mystery pet has effortlessly settled into the royals’ daily routine, traveling with them between their home in Cotswolds and their impressive residence in Nottingham Cottage at Kensington Palace. Talk about lucky!
The 37-year-old former Suits star has always been passionate about dogs and, during her time in Canada, was the proud mom of two pooches. When it came time for her to make the move from Toronto to London following the official announcement of her engagement to the prince, she brought her beagle, Guy, with her. Unfortunately, her second four-legged friend, Bogart, was unable to make the trip because of his old age and instead moved in with one of Markle’s friends in Canada.
Of course, Guy and the new pup aren’t the only dogs on the grounds of Kensington Palace. Prince William and Duchess Kate also have a family dog, an English cocker spaniel named Lupo. And over at Buckingham Palace, Queen Elizabeth II has two “dorgis” (dachshund-corgi mixes) named Vulcan and Candy.
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