Meghan and Harry welcome new addition

Tanya Cunningham
August 30, 2018

Prince Harry shares a kiss with his new wife Meghan Markle after their wedding at St George's Chapel at Windsor Castle in May. The royal couple are officially pet parents.

According to a report in Daily Mail, the couple has adopted a Labrador and the dog is now staying with them at the Nottingham Cottage.

Meghan was heartbroken to have to leave her dog Bogart, a Labrador-German Shepherd mix in Toronto when she moved to the UK. Puppy of breed Labrador will make the company already living together with their spouses in Nottingham cottage, the dog guy, whose 37-year-old Megan brought to London from Canada.

Considering the couple are reportedly holding off children until they wrap up their banger royal tour of Australia, New Zealand, Fiji and Tonga, their new addition may be just the thing they need to satisfy any parental urges they may be having in the meantime. A representative of Kensington Palace, however, declined to comment on the report. Indeed, the pet dog has already settled comfortably with the Duke and Duchess inside their royal home. He is being looked after by friends of Meghan.

Meghan adopted Guy and Bogart from a dog rescue centre in Los Angeles while she was with her first husband, film producer Trevor Engelson. His grandmother, the Queen always lived Corgi, favorite of Prince Charles are dog breeds Jack Russell Terrier and Prince William had a Labrador, and then she and Kate got a Cocker Spaniel named Lupo.

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