The big question for those of us who love Prince Harry and Duchess Meghan is "when are they going to start a family?"
Joining Markle's beagle, Guy, that she brought with her from the United States, the pair have just adopted a Labrador.
The royal family has a long history of dog loving. 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.
There is no doubt that Meghan Markle is the most popular member amongst the Royals today.
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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. Speaking to the BBC after her engagement to Prince Harry, Meghan explained: "One [dog] is now staying with very close friends and my other, little Guy, he's in the United Kingdom, he's been here for a while". Harry and Meghan gave us a sneak peek into what a #DayInTheLife of the Royal newlyweds is like and all we can say is.
He wrote at the time: "Harry intends to find her a second canine companion, not least because he's always wanted one himself".
But, unfortunately, after their relations with Harry began coming to the wedding and she moved to England, the dogs had to leave in Toronto at friends of Megan.