Do Kate and William Have Pets?

Meet with Their Dog, Lupo!

The couple English cocker spaniel, Lupo, has been around longer than William and Kate’s children have been. A representative to the couple would not even confirm the pooch’s name , when the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge were spotted walking along a beach with all the pup in tow in 2012. “It is a personal thing,” that spokesman stated, per . It wasn’t long until we found out the adorable pooch’s name is Lupo, though. Lupo’s mother is a dog possessed by Kate’s parents, Ella, and he is allegedly named after the paternal great-grandmother of Kate.

In 2013, Lupo made headlines if reported he was persona non grata at the royal Christmas at Sandringham that year. “The Queen made it very clear Lupo was not on the guest list,” a source told the newspaper. “The Duchess is particularly fond of the pup and was so sad he could not accompany them. He had to sit out at her parents’ house in Berkshire.”

Nevertheless, the individuals surely do, even if the Queen doesn’t adore Lupo. That same year, the noted the interest in black cocker spaniels — along with thefts of black cocker spaniels — had risen in the months since Lupo’s introduction. Plus, the puppy is the star of a children’s book collection by Aby King, together with titles such as Lupo and the Secret of Windsor Castle along with Lupo and the Theif at the Tower of London. And Lupo also has his own Wikipedia entry!

Lupo isn’t the only pet as Kate informed a guest at the launch of the Magic Garden, the William and Kate own, though. “She stated she had a hamster,” a subsequently nine-year-old girl named Darcey informed “And Princess Charlotte really likes it because the whiskers always tickle her face.” Let us just hope Lupo along with the hamster, Marvin, get together!

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