Prince William and Kate Middleton got an English cocker spaniel named Lupo as a wedding present from Kate’s brother, James. Lupo reportedly was born to Ella, the Middletons’ family dog. In his first year under the royal care, Lupo was named the “50th most fascinating person” in Great Britain by Tatler magazine. It appears they were a little too flexible with their definition of “person”.
We have no doubt that Lupo is super sweet, but it seems he hasn’t gotten the approval of Queen Elizabeth at the time, who did not invite him to the palace for Christmas in 2013 for fear he may not behave diplomatically with her corgis.
Actress Amanda Seyfried met her Australian shepherd Finn while working on HBO's hit series "Big Love". A litter of puppies reportedly showed up on set and Seyfried agreed to foster Finn until someone with a less hectic schedule could adopt him. She ended up falling in love.
Finn inspired her to advocate for homeless pets and practice motherhood before she had her daughter. Finn has his own Instagram, where he is often pictured living the life most of us can only dream about. He has even done a Vogue video shoot in which Seyfried treats him more like a roommate than a pet.
After Star Wars icon Carrie Fisher passed away in December 2016, her daughter, actress Billie Lourd, took in her mom's beloved French bulldog, Gary. Lourd has a French bulldog too. Her name is Tina, and she is good friends with Gary.
According to the New York Daily News, Gary was like a child to Fisher, often seen with her on public events. Tina has been seen on Lourd's Instagram page lounging in a hammock and cuddled up with the Scream Queens star. Lourd readily refers to Tina as her "dogter" and herself as Tina's mother," so Gary is definitely in good hands.
The Big Bang Theory star Kaley Cuoco is a self-described animal lover, and it shows. The actress has three dogs: Norman, Ruby, and Shirley. All rescues. Her Instagram is even named after Norman and littered with photos of her furbabies.
Cuoco's dogs made headlines in 2016 after the actress shared a Fourth of July photo of her dogs posing on an American flag that was placed on the ground like a blanket. Followers scolded her for allowing her dogs to stand on the flag. Cuoco owned up to her mistake and publically apologized.
Ruby Rose, star of "Orange Is the New Black " has definitely adopted the co-sleeping method of parenting, at least when it comes to her pets, and her Instagram is full of evidence of that. Rose even has a story highlight titled "Just Dogs" which is pretty self-explanatory.
In 2016, Rose took Ru the dog with her while she filmed "xXx: The Return of Xander Cage" in the Dominican Republic, giving her furry friend a luxurious tropical vacation, complete with poolside snuggles and long naps in a huge bed. The latest vacation we've been to was a night in a tent in our own back yard but we're not going to cry about it. Except we are.