Meghan Markle sends fans wild as her beloved dogs interrupt candid chat about women’s rights

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Meghan Markle has driven fans wild with excitement after her dogs made a special appearance in her latest video.

The 39 year old, who was recently invited to dinner by Hollywood actress Margot Robbie, was hosting a candid interview with legendary US activist Gloria Steinem, 86, to chat about the importance of women's rights.

The interview, which looked as if it took place in a back garden, started with Gloria telling Meghan: "Welcome home. I'm so glad that you're home."

The Duchess of Sussex, who was dressed in an all-white ensemble, took a deep breath in as she replied: "Thank you. Me too, for so many reasons."

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The pair then happily chatted away about the need for young people to vote before Meghan and her 35 year old husband's Beagle, Guy, started making his way over.

"Hi buddy, come here," Meghan, who has reportedly picked up a British accent, said as she leaned down to pet her little pooch.

Another scene showed her other dog, a black Labrador retriever called Pula, together with Guy lying down on the grass in front of them.

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As Pula and Guy panted in the background, Gloria, who donned a black outfit, told the cameraman: "[The dogs] want to be on camera."

The adorable scene left fans in a frenzy as they flocked to Twitter to talk about the pair's appearance in their mum's interview with Gloria.

One person wrote: "Guy and Pula are in formation to protect Meghan," followed by a heart eyes emoji.


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A second said: "Meghan legit Suprised me with that video," with four crying emojis, before adding: "The joy, the dogs, thee HAT We don't deserve!!! #MeghanMarkle," [sic] alongside two more crying emojis.

While a third added: "I never thought we would see her this much! Meghan is exactly where she is meant to be and doing exactly what she is meant to do. And look at those sweet dogs #MeghanMarkle," [sic] with a crying emoji.

It comes as Finding Freedom’s co-author Omid Scobie recently exclusively told OK! that Meghan and her royal husband Prince Harry are "stronger than ever".

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He explained: "Now they’re stronger than ever because of what they’ve experienced. I think their love for each other grows the more they take on.

"The statement from Harry early on about the sexism and racism Meghan was being subjected to was the thing Meghan needed to see at that stage to know it was worth sticking out.

"I think if Harry had showed fear at taking on the media, I’d have argued that it may not have lasted."

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