Meghan Markle and Prince Harry have apparently already made an important addition to their family. Following the news that only one of Meghan’s dogs was able to make the journey from Toronto to London, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex have apparently adopted a new Labrador rescue dog.
The Daily Mail is reporting, via a royal source, that Meghan and Harry’s new dog “is already happily ensconced at their cottage,” meaning that their family has expanded since their May 2018 wedding. The source also reveals that “the dog will divide its time between the palace and their country home in the Cotswolds,” meaning that it will often travel with the royals to engagements.
While details of Meghan and Harry’s Labrador are yet to be released by Kensington Palace, it’s clear that the former Suits star shares her love of animals with her new husband.
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When Meghan officially moved to the United Kingdom to marry Prince Harry, she was only able to bring one of her two dogs with her. While her Beagle called Guy made the trip, her Labrador-Shepherd mix, Bogart, was deemed too old to travel. While Bogart now allegedly lives with friends in Canada, Guy has apparently been settling into his owner’s new life as a royal.
Guy was even spotted riding in the car with Queen Elizabeth ahead of the couple’s royal wedding, proving that he’s already been welcomed into the royal family. And with the news that Meghan and Harry have adopted another dog, it’s clear that Guy has gained a new companion.
This article originally appeared on Harper’s BAZAAR US