Cape Town - If you've ever wondered what a day in the life of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex is like look no further.
According to a report in Daily Mail, the couple has adopted a Labrador and the dog is now staying with them at the Nottingham Cottage. Puppy of breed Labrador will make the company already living together with their spouses in Nottingham cottage, the dog guy, whose 37-year-old Megan brought to London from Canada.
The pup that Meghan and Harry adopted is believed to be a Labrador. The royals - who tied the knot in May - have welcomed a new Labrador to their Kensington Palace cottage. However, he is staying with Meghan's "very close friends".
He has his own Union Jack coat, eats only organic food and enjoys regular walks in the extensive grounds of Kensington Palace. The cocker spaniel even got to share the limelight with Prince George, posing in their first family portrait (along with Tilly, the Middleton's family pet, who was too exhausted to pose for the pic).
We all know about the Duchess' love for animals and she has been always vocal about spreading animal care awareness.
Speaking about how Guy had adapted to living in the United Kingdom, he said: "I think he's doing just fine". The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge got Cocker Spaniel named Lupo shortly after their Westminster Abbey wedding, settling him into life with them in Anglesey, North Wales.