The Royal family took a family pet.
Joining Markle's beagle, Guy, that she brought with her from the United States, the pair have just adopted a Labrador. A source has stated, "The dog is already happily ensconced at their cottage".
As the couple greeted fans in Dublin last month, Elaine Adam-Stewart, 43, told Harry: "My husband also has red hair and he gave me five children - when are you and Meghan going to get going?"
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Meghan has never been shy of sharing her love of dogs, who had to leave one of her pets, Bogart, behind when she moved to London previous year. He has become a visible part of Meghan's new royal life.
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Explaining his love for dogs, Prince Harry's biographer, Penny Junor, said: "He loves them, but I suspect the reason he doesn't have one is because his life, until now, has been too peripatetic".
"It was only when William and Kate settled in Anglesey that they got their cocker spaniel Lupo".