Meghan Markle and Prince Harry were mocked over dog’s name that has ‘rude’ meaning

Meghan Markle and Prince Harry were mocked over dog’s name that has ‘rude’ meaning

Meghan Markle and Prince Harry were mocked over dog’s name that has ‘rude’ meaning

Prince Harry & Meghan Markle. © showbiz cheat sheet

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Meghan Markle and Prince Harry were once satirically ridiculed by Romanian social media users when they disclosed the name of their Labrador dog – which means something rude in the language.

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex called their adorable Labrador puppy Pula, after Botswana’s currency.

The ex-royal couple reportedly began dating in the African country just weeks after meeting and fell in love there.

Surprisingly, according to Romanian social media users, the name Pula is shorthand for “penis.”

One wrote: “Surely someone in their group would have Googled Pula to ensure it wasn’t Romanian for penis?”

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The Duke and Duchess of Sussex named their cute Labrador dog Pula Another said: “Quite a shock to see it in print…!!!”

The couple kept the name of their dog, which they adopted in 2018, a secret at first.

In other Sussex news, an expert claims that Harry and Meghan have the “world against them” as they try to live out their post-Royal Family lives.

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex, who married in 2018, left their royal duties in 2020 and quickly expressed their dissatisfaction with life at The Firm.

Pula is slang for “penis,” according to Romanian social media users.

However, as they now find themselves in a “world against them” situation, the two will have been made “stronger” by their separation from royal duties, according to a royal correspondent.

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Royally-raised In January 2020, Harry and Meghan stepped down from their royal duties and founded Archewell, a non-profit organisation.

Katie Nicholl, a royal correspondent and author, says the couple’s chemistry was instantaneous, and they “connected very quickly,” becoming the focus of royal fans all over the world.

When the couple announced their engagement, the Queen was “delighted,” and she gave them her approval.

One of the greatest features of the couple’s relationship, according to Nicholl, is their feeling of teamwork, which is especially important given when they appear to be at war with the Royal Family.

The couple did not originally reveal the name of their dog which they adopted back in 2018

“They are kindred spirits in that they share the same values,” she told OK!. “They share the same dreams, they strive for the same goals. “When you think about what they’ve turned their backs on, what they’ve given up and particularly the sacrifices Harry has made, it’s just as well they’re such a strong unit because they’ve only really got each other.”

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