It's no secret that Meghan Markle is a dog lover. After all, she managed to conquer the queen's corgis at their first date (something that Prince Harry has been trying to do for years). After his engagement to Prince Harry, the Duchess of Sussex and one of her dogs, Guy the Beagle moved from Toronto to London. But did it happen to Meghan Markle's dog, Bogart? Find out why she can not bring her beloved first dog with her, apart from where he is now, ahead.
What happened to Meghan Markle's dog, Bogart?
Meghan Markle's new real life meant saying goodbye to one of her most loyal companions: her first dog, Bogart. According to reports, the Duchess of Sussex had to make the painful decision to leave her beloved dog back in Toronto when she moved to the UK. Bogart was supposed to be too old to move and Meghan Markle feared it would have a negative impact on her life, so she asked a friend to take him.
Today, he still lives in Toronto and we are sure that the Duchess stays in touch with her new owner (and will probably visit whenever she can).
Meghan Markle's dog, Bogart
Although he no longer lives with Meghan Markle, Bogart probably occupies a special place in the Duchess's heart. After all, he is her first dog and the reason she prefers to adopt dogs today. Further on, we shared more about Bogart's life, including the insane way he eventually became Meghan Markle's dog in the first place.
Ellen DeGeneres persuaded Meghan Markle to adopt him
Meghan Markle's story about how she adopted Bogart is pretty crazy – and very Hollywoodish. I was in Los Angeles and went to this dog rescue [shelter] and they got him and his brother, "she said Better health in 2016. "So I saw him and I was sitting there with him and then Ellen DeGeneres and Portia de Rossi come in. Now, I do not do it now, but Ellen says" Is it your dog? "And I said," No, and she said, "You have to take that dog," and I said, "Well, I'm deciding," she said. Rescue the dog "It's like Oprah tells you to do something," she continued.
"I'm sitting there holding him and she's like," Have you ever thought of a name for him? " And I said, "Well, I think I'd name you Bogart," and she said, "You're taking the dog." And she gets out of the car to get into the car, but instead of going in, she turns and patters the window and shouts, "Take the dog!" And then I took him home. Because Ellen told me to do it, "she explained.
He is a mix of Labrador Shepherd
Although she is not sure, Meghan Markle believes her dog, Bogart, is a mix of Labrador Shepherd. Judging from the pictures of her now-excluded Instagram account, the Duchess is probably right about her assumptions. The dog has characteristics similar to those of a Labrador and shepherd breed.
He was Guy the Beagle's best friend.
According to his interview with Better healthBogart and Guy were already "thick as thieves". But, now that they live in different countries and Bogart can not travel abroad (or else he would have moved with the Duchess), they probably can not see each other. a lot more.
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