"The Late Show with Stephen Colbert" had some fun with Winfrey's bombshell sit-down with Meghan, Duchess of Sussex, and Prince Harry, on Tuesday by creating a spoof "interview" between the legendary talk show host and President Joe Biden's dogs, Major and Champ .This time, the aim was to get to the bottom of the recent biting incident involving Major and a Secret Service agent.
Trainor's brother, Ryan Trainor (aka Riley's "funcle"), snapped the photos.meghan_trainor / InstagramTrainor, 27, revealed the news of Riley’s birth on Valentine’s Day, sharing photos of her son from just after he was born.
Prince Harry was pulled along by their black Labrador Oz while Meghan Markle walked the family’s rescue beagle Guy. Travelling in their Porsche SUV, the couple followed Southern California rules requiring the wearing of face masks to combat the spread of coronavirus , but their security guard was thought to have flouted the regulation.
Because Meghan and her husband were already sharing their home with Nellie – a tiny corgi, they decided to do a trial with Kylo, in order to see how Nellie would react.But the moment Kylo stepped inside his new home, Meghan knew he would remain there forever.
The Duchess of Sussex has now written about her experience as a rescue dog owner and her passion for animals in the foreword for the 2018 Annual Review publication of Mayhew, a London-based animal welfare charity that is part of her patronage .The former Meghan Markle meets Maggi, a Jack Russell, during her visit in January to the Mayhew, an animal welfare charity.
When Tess arrived at Mayhew – the London animal home established in 1886 and which received Meghan’s royal patronage at the beginning of the year – she was in a pitiful state, weighing a fraction of the healthy weight of a German Shepherd and could barely stand.
Suárez lived 830 miles away from the funeral home, making the visit from the pack of stray dogs a shock and delight for Suárez’s daughter, Patricia Urrutia. The pack of stray dogs came inside the funeral home and stood guard at the coffin, reported Meghan Keneally of ABC News .