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Meghan Markle is writing a book, and it's all about dogs!

Meghan Markle is well known for her love of dogs dog-happy
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Royal pooch lover Meghan Markle is set to become a published author. According to sources close to her, she will be writing a creatve children's book, and considering her passion for pooches, it's a sure bet it'll be all about dogs!

By Ashley Murphy , 9 Aug 2019

A royal family insider told reporters that the Duchess of Sussex has already started writing, although no other details have been released. The unnamed source said:

"Meghan is going to become a published author and is very excited about it. The plans are in the very early stages and won't be formally announced for some time."

They continued:

"But she's very excited about the possibility and is passionate about the idea of a work of fiction for children. She loves animals and her rescue dogs, so it's very likely they will be incorporated into the story."

Just don't expect any royal gossip

Fans are excited over the news of the forthcoming debut, but anyone looking for a sneaky peek into the inner workings of the royal circle is set for disappointment. The source confirmed Meghan's book will be 100% fictional and any resemblances to real-life persons (royalty or not!) will be entirely coincidental:

"Any book will absolutely not be some sort of tell-all about her life in the royal family."

It's expected that profits from book sales will go towards charity.

Meghan won't be the first modern royal to flex her creative muscles. Back in 1980, Prince Charles penned a children's book called The Old Man of Lochnagar.

The Duchess is well known for her love of dogs. Along with Prince Harry, Meghan owns two pups called Guy and Archie. She recently announced plans to adopt a third pooch and is currently looking for a dog sitter to take care of the royal furballs.

Royal seal of approval

As part of her extensive charity work, Meghan is a patron of several animal welfare organisations. Mayhew is one of the charities lucky enough to receive Meghan's royal approval. The London based rescue centre rehomes hundreds of dogs and cats every year.