Meghan and Harry’s rescue dog's name finally revealed
Meghan and Harry’s third and final pup’s name has been revealed in a new book about the couple and there’s a very sweet reason why they picked it.
Published on the 05/08/2020, 19:00
The final piece of the puzzle
Us animal lovers have been curious about the name that Meghan and Harry chose for their third dog ever since they adopted the pup back in 2018. And now, a new book by royal biographers Omid Scobie and Carolyn Durand has finally given us some answers!
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex are huge animal lovers and together own three rescue dogs: Guy, Bogart and… drum roll, please… Pula. Guy and Bogart belonged to Meghan before she met Harry and Pula was their first joint rescue.
A huge dog lover
Meghan is a patron for Mayhew, the dog welfare charity.
According to the book Finding Freedom: Harry and Meghan and the Making of a Modern Royal Family, the unusual name refers back to an early date of Harry and Meghan’s where the prince whisked Meghan to Botswana for a secret trip. Pula is the currency of Botswana as well as the word for “rain” because rain is considered so valuable in the country.
The Black Labrador is the third pooch to join the royal clan and we bet that baby Archie is already in love with his canine siblings.
The prince and his pups? Please!
We very much understand the couple’s desire for privacy but what we’d give to see a quick home video of the mini prince playing with Pula, Guy and Boggart!
We can but dream!