Meghan Markle and Prince Harry get some more puppy love in their lives
Meghan Markle, who rose to fame with Suits, became Duchess of Sussex this May after tying the knot with Duke of Sussex Prince Harry. Within a few weeks of their marriage, there were reports of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex expecting their first child. And well, the new member has arrived! But the new entrant is not the one you are thinking it to be. Meghan and Markle have adopted a cute little pup and that’s all we are going gaga about!
Sláinte Ireland! This evening The Duke and Duchess of Sussex met people from across the country that are shaping Ireland’s future – including Rugby legend @BrianODriscoll ⬅️ #RoyalVisitIreland
According to a report in Daily Mail, the couple has adopted a Labrador and the dog is currently staying with them at the Nottingham Cottage. A source has stated, "The dog is already happily ensconced at their cottage. Like the Sussexs, the dog will divide its time between the palace and their country home in the Cotswolds.”
"Meghan and I are incredibly excited to meet so many of you representing the future of the Commonwealth." — The #CommonwealthYouth Forum is giving the young people of the Commonwealth a voice in its future; The Duke and Duchess of Sussex met some of its young leaders to see how @commonwealth_sec is helping them make their ideas a reality.
It is said that the dog the couple has adopted is a rescued one, and this reminds us that Meghan's first pet named Guy was also a rescued dog. Meghan has been an animal lover and is known quite often she helps to rescue puppies. Before tying the knot with Prince Harry, the former actress had two pets - a Labrador-Shepherd mix called Bogart and a beagle called Guy. While the former is not staying with Meghan, the latter is with the Royal family.
This evening The Duke and Duchess of Sussex joined The Queen for the @queensyoungleaders at Buckingham Palace. The award recognises and celebrates inspiring young people from across the Commonwealth who are taking the lead in their communities and using their skills to transform lives. The Duke made a short speech before The Queen presented the Awards, where he said: “You are the hope and optimism the world needs and we will all do everything that we can to support you in it.” Find out more at @TheRoyalFamily.
We get all the updates of the Royal Family through the social media handles of Kensington Palace, but the confirmation on the new member of the royal family is yet to come.Read More