It has been confirmed! Harry and Meghan have adopted a black Labrador. It has been revealed, last week, that the couple had welcomed a new pet into their Kensington Palace home.
Sally Bedell Smith, a royal biographer, has now confirmed the happy news. She told USA Today that Meghan and Harry now have a black Labrador named Oz.
The newest addition to the Kensington Palace household is said to be settling in well with Meghan’s other dog, Guy.
A source said: “The dog is already happily ensconced at their cottage.
“Like the Sussex, the dog will divide its time between the palace and their country home in the Cotswolds.”
Kensington Palace declined to comment on the happy news.
The Duchess of Sussex is obviously a dog lover. She used to post many photos of her dogs on her now deactivated the Instagram account. She must have been heartbroken when she had to leave Bogart, her beloved Labrador-German Shepherd mix behind in Toronto when she moved to the UK.
After Harry and Meghan got engaged, Meghan shared that the animal would stay with her friends in her native Toronto, Canada. And the reason is his old age.
Meanwhile, Guy is living in the lap of luxury in the royal household. Reportedly Guy has his own Union Jack coat, eats only organic food and enjoys regular walks in the extensive grounds of Kensington Palace. And just one day before the royal wedding, the pet was spotted riding with the Queen in the back seat of her car in Windsor!
Meghan adopted her two dogs from a dog rescue center during her first marriage with film producer Trevor Engelson,
We still don’t know whether Oz is a rescue dog too. And it seems likely considering Meghan’s other two dogs. Moreover, Camilla, the Duchess of Cornwall, is a patron of Battersea Dogs & Cats Home.