Meghan Markle royally screwed the pooch, because she only took one of her rescue dogs with her while she begins her new fabulous life with Prince Harry in the UK, and the other has been abandoned to permanently stay with her friends.
A spokesperson for Kensington Palace tells The Blast one of Meghan's dogs is currently residing in the UK, while the "other dog is going to permanently reside in North America with friends of hers." He says, "This is a permanent decision that Meghan made on her own -- not an easy one at that."
Markle famously has two rescue dogs, a beagle and a labrador-shephard mix named Guy and Bogart, who are regularly featured on her social media.
During an interview with the BBC yesterday Markle mentioned one of her dogs was currently with friends, but did not reveal that it was in fact a permanent move.
The Kensington rep could not specifically say why Markle decided to give up one of her pups, but did say "it takes a toll on an animal to travel so far across Atlantic combined with the hard, long process of getting approval ... it's in the best interest of the animal's well being to stay."
As for which one she chose, we're told she kept Guy, who is already at Kensington Palace eating caviar and running around the yard with the Queen's corgies ... Bogart will remain a commoner.
He's still a really good boy though, just not a royally good boy.