Prince Harry and Meghan Markle joined Prince William and Kate Middleton as they made their way to the castle to view the floral tributes left to their grandmother, Queen Elizabeth II, who died on September 8 at Balmoral. While photos of them waving to members of the public have been the subject of much discussion on social media, there is one photo of Harry that has managed to catch the eye of netizens and for all the right reasons. The photo says a lot about her love for animals, especially dogs.
— Lorenzo the Cat (@LorenzoTheCat) September 11, 2022
The viral image shows Prince Harry crouching down to pet a golden retriever. The dog in the photo has been identified as Louis. His owner, Sarah Gracie, shared several photos of him with Harry and Meghan on Twitter.
“When our little pup Louis met Meghan and Harry as we paid tribute to the Queen #QueenElizabeth #HarryandMeghan #Windsor,” Gracie wrote, sharing the photos on Twitter.
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— Sarah Gracie (@SarahGracie) September 10, 2022
The internet is in awe of this photo of Harry with the pooch. “Did Louis like Meghan and Harry? Dogs know! My family dog hated EVERYONE, but was crazy about my new boyfriend. I married him. because dogs know,” one user wrote.
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me as a royal: https://t.co/l0R8ZE7VDI
— Kristine with a “k” (@runawaykat) September 12, 2022
I’m weird, it touched me more than any other photo I’ve ever seen of him.
—Natori (@luvscure1) September 11, 2022
Me too, it reminds me of the little boy he was when his mother died. Maybe he looks more like his mother than his father, which makes him more lovable and makes his losses more heartbreaking.
— Susan sandals (@susan_sandals) September 11, 2022
This picture says it all. Discreetly done by the Duke, but he speaks loudly if one listens. The dog shows no fear, just gentleness; the Duke shows grim gravity. Her grandmother loved dogs. He loved his beloved grandmother.
— Shelly Rae (@ShellyPeanuts04) September 11, 2022
I’ve never met a dog that lets strangers do this unless they have a caring soul.
— Zyaire (@Zyasha1) September 11, 2022
Queen Elizabeth II, the UK’s longest-serving monarch, has died after reigning for 70 years. She was 96 years old. The Queen’s state funeral will take place on Monday September 19 at Westminster Abbey in London.
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