Move over, Meghan Markle's loveable Rescue Beagle, because there's a new puppy in town. Meghan Markle and Prince Harry's new dog are said to be here, and it's probably the most delightful since the pictures of the Duchesses of Sussex and Cambridge, who are recording a match at Wimbledon.
People reported that Markle had to part with one of her adopted dogs in November 2017 when she and Prince Harry became engaged. As she explained in an interview to her engagement:
"Well, I have two dogs I've had for a long time, my two rescue boys, and one is now with very close friends and my other little guy is ̵1; yes, he's in England, he's been here for a while. "
So one stayed in the US, and you could walk across the pond with her. The rumors that the couple adopted a dog have since been whirling around, but it was not until August 2018 that the news seemed to be official. Also here appeared ; Kensington Royal has not yet confirmed their adoption of a dog on social media. In fact, though People confirmed via "a source" that the couple welcomed a Labrador in their life earlier this summer, a representative for the Duke and Duchess of Sussex refused to "comment". Mysterious
Although People did not confirm the puppy's name, the magazine reported that the dog is "a Labrador" and adopted a "royal" im early summer ". The magazine's source added:
"[The dog] accompanied her on her trip to the Cotswolds area and Nottingham Cottage at Kensington Palace in London."
Although Kensington Royal comments contemptuously, politely The refusal to comment on this issue is not exactly a no. It is possible that they are simply not ready to announce to the world the addition of a dog, for whatever mysterious, royal cause. Or maybe they want to protect the puppy, just as prominent parents often go out of their way to protect the identity of their children. But here's hoping that Prince Harry and Meghan will soon be walking their new puppy so everyone can find their new adorable addition.
The matter is confirmed until Kensington Royal that the Duke and Duchess of Sussex have adopted a dog that only adds to the rumor mill. And there is so much room for fans to speculate about the name. The nomenclature options for her new Lab are endless.
After all, Prince Harry's grandmother, Queen Elizabeth II, is an avid fan of Corgi dogs and received her first Pembroke Welsh Corgi in 1933, according to New York Times. Since then, according to the publication, the queen has had at least 30 dogs of the breed. Her last corgi, Willow, died in early April this year.