Pets are very important to the royal family. Indeed, over the years, Queen Elizabeth II has continued to show her love for dogs by adopting corgis. In total, she has adopted thirty since World War II. So it would seem that this love for little furballs is shared by Meghan Markle and Prince Harry. During an interview with Gloria Steinem, Pula, the dog adopted by the couple after their marriage in 2018 and Guy, the dog of Meghan Markle stole the show. Indeed, they were both installed at the feet of their mistress, which amused the journalist well: “they want to be in front of the camera”, she said. During this interview, Meghan Markle explained that with Prince Harry they had decided to keep the name of Pula a secret because “people keep getting it wrong”. It was journalists Omid Scobie and Carolyn Durand behind Finding Freedom: Harry and Meghan and the Making of a Modern Royal Family released last August who revealed the meaning of the name given to the Labrador. “Pula is the official currency of Botswana, the African country where Harry took Meghan when they started dating. Pula means rain and as rain is very rare in Botswana it is considered precious,” wrote – they.
In a video published by Time Magazine on September 23, the couple took center stage and spoke about the presidential election they called “the most important election.” Very focused on what they said, they did not notice their black Labrador frolicking in the grass in the background. Did Pula want to be the center of attention again? We can say that the bitch succeeded with success since Internet users quickly noticed her. “Pula thought she was just going to walk behind,” one of them commented. Another even joked that he “identified with Pula” and “would love to be in the royal couple’s garden”.
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A very painful loss
This Wednesday, November 25, Meghan Markle revealed in a long text published on the New York Times website, that she had miscarried last July. “It was a July morning that started as normally as any other day,” she begins. “After I changed Archie’s diaper, I felt a strong cramp. I knew, holding my firstborn, that I was losing my second,” she said. A very painful ordeal during which Meghan Markle was able to count on the support of her husband, Prince Harry.
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