This week brought amazing news for fans of the British royal family. On November 27, 2017, the Prince of Wales announced that his son, Prince Harry, was engaged to be married to Meghan Markle, an American actress and former star of the long-running series, Suits.
The days that followed brought a slew of other news and never-before-heard details about the couple’s relationship and upcoming wedding. Kensington Palace confirmed the venue and month of the royal nuptials, also revealing that the royal family would pay for the celebration.
Just hours after the engagement announcement, Prince Harry and soon-to-be Duchess Meghan gave their first-ever joint interview to the BBC. They addressed a variety of topics, including how they met, how Harry proposed, and what they believe the late Princess Diana would have thought of her future daughter-in-law.
But one topic in particular was bothering fans: the fate of Meghan’s two dogs. She has already officially given up acting in order to focus on humanitarian efforts with her future husband. As for the pair of dogs she rescued in recent years, Meghan confirmed in the interview that one was now living with her in the UK. However, palace officials later revealed that her second pup would not be making the move and would be remaining behind permanently.