For the good of her couple, Meghan Markle has decided not to integrate the dog she rescued into the royal family!

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Meghan Markle sees herself in the obligation to no longer take care of her dog to preserve her marriage.

The Duchess of Sussex and famous actress of the Suits series, adopted her first dog following her stint on the Ellen DeGeneres show . It was a crossbreed dog, German Shepherd and Labrador , which she named Bogart .

Being often on set, the star decided to welcome a new dog to keep Bogart company. Guy therefore joined the family, as reported by The Sun.

The actress was very fond of dogs who were like her children. They slept in his bed and ate only the best quality organic food. But meeting Prince Harry during his stay with the star in Canada, the current did not go well between the dog and the husband.

By getting married, the actress obviously had to move to settle in Great Britain. The princess then left Bogart with very good friends in Canada because the dog did not like the prince.

The princely couple adopted Oz , a Labrador in a black robe.

When Meghan Markle and Prince Harry moved to America, Bogart did not join them. This sad decision was taken by its former owner who had to make the choice to part with it in order to preserve his marriage .

Read also: This dog suffering from physical deformities and other diseases overcomes many daily challenges with the support of his family

The couple were pictured by paparazzi walking their dogs, Oz and Guy , in Los Angeles .

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