Meghan Markle is reportedly preparing a move to London this month for a "royal future" with her boyfriend Prince Harry, and she's not coming alone.
The 36-year-old Suits actress is said to be taking her dogs with her – a Labrador-shepherd mix, Bogart, and a beagle named Guy. The adopted pooches will travel overseas to join Harry in his Kensington Palace apartment, according to The Sun.
A source said: "She is very close to those two dogs. She lets them sleep on her bed and they eat only the highest quality organic food.
"She bought them Union Jack dog jumpers to keep them warm when they were puppies.
"She misses them when she is away and will even get someone to FaceTime her with them," they added.
But before the pooches make their journey across the pond, they will have to be microchipped, given a rabies vaccination and have blood tests.
Bogart moved in with Markle after being taken in from an LA rescue centre. She previously revealed US television host and animal lover Ellen DeGeneres encouraged her to pick up the mixed breed.
She said: "Now, I don't know her but Ellen goes 'Is that your dog?' And I said, 'No,' and she's like, 'You have to take that dog.'
"And so I brought him home. Because Ellen told me to."
This report comes shortly after it was cited that Markle has big dreams of becoming a global charity campaigner after moving to London, and plans to pursue the new career path once filming for season seven of her US paralegal drama is over.
The divorcee – who has been dating Prince Harry for over 18 months and has now been introduced to the Queen over tea – plans to rent an office in the UK capital where she will carry out work for her own foundation.
"It was always her intention to focus on her humanitarian work, and her relationship with Harry has merely accelerated things," a source said, relayed via the Daily Mail.
Royal commentator Richard Fitzwilliams offered his insights on whether the report was true.
He told IBTimes UK: "It has been rumoured that Meghan is leaving Suits and it would be unlikely for her to join the Royal family and simultaneously pursue her acting career."
"The idea of her pursuing her humanitarian activism by moving to London, if true, makes sense. An engagement announcement is expected before the end of the year and there is no greater global reach to help charities you support than by joining the Royal family," he added.