Published: Thu, August 30, 2018
Culture | By Glenn Strickland

Princess Meghan Markle and Prince Harry buy a new dog

Princess Meghan Markle and Prince Harry buy a new dog

British Prince Harry and his wife, American Meghan Markle chose to take my family dog.

The 60-minute documentary is available exclusively to TrueRoyalty.tv subscribers in the US, Canada, UK, Ireland, Australia and New Zealand. Meghan, who was an activist already before meeting Harry on a blind date, fits neatly into that life plan.

According to People, Meghan and Harry got the doggo - believed to be a Labrador - early this summer, and it has joined them at Kensington Palace.

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He has his own Union Jack coat, eats only organic food and enjoys regular walks in the extensive grounds of Kensington Palace. Before tying the knot with Prince Harry, the former actress had two pets - a Labrador-Shepherd mix called Bogart and a beagle called Guy. Guy apparently has become quite close with Queen Elizabeth II. He is being looked after by friends of Meghan.

We tend to focus a lot of our attention on the seemingly flawless lives of the royal family, particularly its newest members. "I think he's doing just fine".

Meghan Markle, Diana Spencer and Kate Middleton may have needed to sacrifice their personal style, privacy, careers, hobbies, social media accounts (Meghan, we're looking at you!) and ability to voice their opinions publicly - all the little things we take for granted. Prince Charles and Camilla Parker are also in attendance along with Princess Anne, Prince Edward, the Countess of Wessex and Lady Louise Windsor.

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