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Camilla copies Meghan Markle and shares adorable pictures of rescue dogs to delight fans

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Meghan Markle, who stepped away from royal duties alongside her husband Prince Harry in early 2020, loves her rescue dogs and has included them in recent pictures with her. The Sussexes have two dogs Pula, a black Labrador which the couple adopted after their 2018 wedding, along with Guy the beagle.

Their rescue pup’s moniker holds special significance for the couple, with Pula being the currency of Botswana, where Harry and Meghan spent five nights camping under the stars when they first began dating.

The adorable pooch stole the show during a get-together between Meghan and feminist icon Gloria Steinem last year when the duo met to celebrate TIME magazine’s annual list of the world’s most influential people.

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex were speaking about the 2020 US presidential election when their black Labrador wandered into the shot behind them.

Guy, the beagle, on the other hand, belongs to Meghan who resided in Toronto during the filming of tv show Suits and accompanied her to the UK when she moved in with Harry.

The pup had been brought to a shelter in Kentucky after being found wandering in the woods, and almost had to be put down when he couldn’t be re-homed and was later moved to a Canadian rescue charity where Meghan adopted him from.

Guy even reportedly stayed at the Duchess’ feet while she had her hair and make-up done ahead of her 2018 wedding to Prince Harry, according to People.

The Duchess regularly snaps of her accompanied by four-legged friends on her Instagram profile, which has since been deactivated,

It seems Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall has taken a leaf out of the former royal’s book after sharing some adorable snaps of her own rescue pups on social media, which has great appeal to royal fans.

On Twitter, Clarence House – the account for Prince Charles and Camilla – the royal shared three pictures of her sweet rescue pooches Bluebell and Beth who are showing their support for a campaign launched by animal rescue service Battersea.

The Duchess adopted the pooches from the animal charity, which has rehomed more than three million animals since being founded in 1860.

Accompanying the canines, the caption reads: “Bluebell and Beth, The Duchess of Cornwall’s rescue dogs, are proud to show off their Wear Blue for Rescue bandanas as they support @Battersea_’s new campaign.

“The rescue movement celebrates all the wonderful pets that just need a second chance.

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#RescueIsMyFavouriteBreed”

The initiative encourages wearing blue to declare “love for the wonderful, quirky rescue dogs and cats who just need a second chance in life”.

Camilla, consort of future King Prince Charles is the royal patron for the charity and her dog snaps were met with delight from royal fans.

One user @miriam_schumann wrote “Super wonderful”, while @su_brompton fawned by adding“Two angels, so adorable” and @Nico_Bloom wrote “Gorgeous fur babies and an important charity”

Others praised the Royal Family member for highlighting the rescue group which @SarahEl17095137 referred to as “a very worthy cause!”

Another @everybodysmad added “Thank you for rescuing these babies!!!! They are adorable!!! #AdoptDontShop”

Meghan has also been outspoken about her support of rescue charities, including Mayhew, an animal shelter and charity which was one of her first four patronages.

The charity helps tackle causes of animal abandonment and neglect and supports vulnerable people to stay with their companion pets.

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