Prince William and Kate Middleton are, without doubt, one of the most famous and talked about couples in the world, often credited with keeping the royal family modern and relevant in the past few years.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and their upcoming relocation to Berkshire are all anyone can talk about, now even their canine companion is making headlines.
Orla, the couple’s second dog, is due to make her first official appearance this year at the Guards’ Royal Charity Polo Cup 2022.
The Cambridges received Orla as a gift from Kate’s brother, James Middleton, shortly before the unfortunate passing of the couple’s first dog Lupo back in 2020. Prince William and Kate have certainly done their research, Orla is a Celtic name meaning “golden princess” and the cute doggo definitely is a golden princess.
Now James Middleton’s golden retriever Mabel has given birth to 8 healthy puppies, putting the Cambridges in discussion for a new puppy.
“Mabel’s golden bundles of joy to celebrate International dogs day,” reads the caption of the Instagram post James shared. “A few weeks ago Mabel gave birth to 8 healthy puppies. She passed all of her breed health screening tests with flying colours and has been the most amazing mother. There are some wonderful homes waiting for the pups + some very exciting news for one which I look forward to sharing soon.”
The singling out of one lucky puppy quickly drove fans to the conclusion that it’s going into royalty. “I bet one of them is going to be a royal!”, speculated one royal fan.