Meghan Markle gives rare glimpse inside home life as she discusses her adorable dogs

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Meghan Markle has shared a rare peek inside her home life while talking in a video on behalf of animal welfare charity Mayhew.

The gorgeous 39 year old, who recently welcomed a baby girl named Lilibet with Prince Harry, discussed her two rescue dogs.

Known to be a keen animal lover, Meghan thanked other animal lovers for supporting the charity while sharing her pride at being involved.

And in a rare glimpse into her everyday life, she said her dogs had made life “easier” for her.

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Meghan added: “When I reflect on 2020, I always come back to the importance of community and connection.

"We may have been forced apart, but we found new ways to be close and to support each other through this shared crisis.

"For many of us, this was made all the easier with our pets by our side."

Meghan and Harry are proud pet parents to an adorable rescue beagle named Guy, whom Meghan adopted in 2015, and a black labrador named Pula, who was welcomed into their family shortly after their wedding.

According to the authors of Finding Freedom, the name Pula is particularly important to the couple, as Pula is the official currency of Botswana, where Harry and Meghan took their first trip together when they first started dating.

Pula means “rain” in Setswana and is sacred in Botswana, where rain is rare and is considered a blessing.

It comes after an extract from the book revealed that Harry was the first to tell Meghan that he loved her, just months into their relationship.

During a visit to Brighton in 2018, Meghan sad people “kept getting her name wrong.”

The adorable dogs appeared in Meghan’s interview with feminist scholar Gloria Steinem.

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Meghan could be seen bending down to stroke the adorable dogs before resuming the interview.

According to People, their son Archie is believed to already be a huge fan of animals and is “best friends with the dogs.”

Meghan recently released her children's book The Bench which soared to the number one spot on the New York Times bestsellers list.

The Duchess of Sussex wholeheartedly expressed her gratitude in a message shared on the Archewell Foundation website, in which she said the book showed "another side of masculinity".

The 39 year old wrote: "While this poem began as a love letter to my husband and son, I'm encouraged to see that its universal themes of love, representation and inclusivity are resonating with communities everywhere."

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