In keeping with the royal family’s love of dogs, Prince Harry’s bride-to-be Meghan Markle is devoted to her two rescue dogs, a Beagle named Guy and her first pet, a Labrador/Shepherd mix named Bogart.
Ellen DeGeneres convinced Markle to adopt Bogart when they both were at the same animal shelter in Los Angeles.
“She turns around and comes and taps on the window glass, and she yells, ‘Take the dog!’” Markle recalled in a BBC News interview with her and Prince Harry. “And so I brought him home. Because Ellen told me to.”
About a year later she decided Bogart needed a doggie companion so she adopted Guy who had been rescued in a Kentucky woods.
Prince Harry revealed the Queen's Corgis took to Meghan "straight away" when she met the monarch.
I've spent the last 33 years being barked at," he said. "This one walks in, absolutely nothing... just wagging tails and I was just like argh."
Ms Markle said the Corgis were "just laying [sic] on my feet during tea, it was very sweet.”
Bogart and Guy will probably not be introduced to the Queen’s Corgis who have apparently become nasty little bitches aggressive and territorial around other dogs.
The Queen has requested that Lupo, the beloved Cocker Spaniel belonging to the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, not be subjected to their rude behavior at the family Christmas gatherings.
It was not Lupo’s behavior, but the unruly Corgis who are to blame, according to Roger Mugford, counselor to the Queen on these matters.