Duchess Meghan Markle's dog Guy is on his way to becoming the next big royal star! According to the Daily Mail, Meghan's beloved pet has already "written" his own book which will be released this November called His Royal Dogness, Guy The Beagle: The Rebarkable True Story of Meghan Markle's Rescue Dog.
The autobiography follows Guy's life from being a lost pup in the woods to a royal pooch after he was adopted by Meghan. And, according to the Mail, he's even listed as one of the book's authors. How lucky!
Though the book has reportedly not been "officially endorsed" by the royal family, Emmy-winning writer Mike Brumm helped bring the book to life with the help of illustrator EG Keller and co-author Camille March.
Meghan previously brought Guy from Toronto to live with her in the UK after her royal engagement to her now husband, Prince Harry, was announced last year. Guy has since been staying at Kensington Palace with the rest of the royal family's pets. Unfortunately, Meghan couldn't bring her other rescue dog, Bogart, to live with her in the palace since his age is too advanced.
"I have two dogs that I’ve had for quite a long time, both my rescue pups," Megan previously said in an interview shortly after her engagement. "One is now staying with very close friends and my other little guy is — yes he’s in the UK. He’s been here for a while."
People also recently reported that Meghan and Harry got a new labrador retriever pup — which they allegedly named Oz — to keep themselves company in London. But according to OK!, Oz and Guy have not been getting along so well.
"The lab absolutely loves Guy, but Guy doesn't like the new dog at all! When the lab comes near him, he nips and tries to get away," a source recently told the magazine. We're guessing Guy's dislike for his new roommate Oz won't be included in his new picture book!
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