When Meghan first met the Duke of Sussex, she owned two rescue dogs: Bogart and Guy. But when she moved to the UK, only Guy travelled there with her, while Bogart stayed behind.
By, 28 Jan 2020
2020 has certainly started strong for the UK – with the Brexit nearly under way, there is another word on everyone's lips: the ‘Megxit’. Just a couple of weeks ago, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex announced that they would be taking a ‘step back’ from the Royal family and working towards financial independence.
A new life without Bogart?
Following this announcement, Meghan flew back to Canada with her son Archie, taking her Beagle Guy and Labrador Oz, with her. The happy family was in fact photographed just a few days later during a walk in the forest.
Despite the fact that Meghan has returned to Canada, there is still no sign of Bogart, the rescue dog she had left behind when she moved to the UK. According to Royal biographer Sally Bedell Smith, the dog hasn’t even been seen in the couple's new home, so no one really knows where he is.
Many possible theories
It could be that Bogart now lives with Meghan's mother, who is a huge dog lover herself. Another speculation is that Bogart may have passed away. After all, the reason he was left behind in Canada was that he was too old to take on the long journey.
We hope to find out more about Bogart's whereabouts soon. In the meantime, we are glad to see Guy and Oz are enjoying their new life in Canada as much as their mum is!