Meghan Markle's decision to leave her dog, Bogart, in the United States after moving to London must have been a really hard one.
The soon-to-be royal gushed about the pup in a 2013 interview with Buzzfeed, revealing that he was the background of her phone at the time.
"He's a little rescue mutt from SPOT in L.A. and is 9 months old," she said. "He's adorable. Ellen DeGeneres was there when I was looking at him and told me I had to take him home. So I did. It's like if Oprah told you to do something, you just do it!"
The Suits star, who is also a dog mom to Guy, revealed that she left Bogart with friends in the United States during her first joint interview with Prince Harry after their engagement announcement last month. "I've had two dogs that I've had for a long time, two rescue pups," she said. "One is now staying with a very close friend and the other little guy is, yes, he's in the U.K. He's been here for a while. I think he's doing just fine."