Prince Harry and Meghan Markle reveal more details about their mystery dog

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex let slip more details about their new dog, while in Brighton, on Wednesday afternoon.

During their visit to the Survivors' Network, a charity that supports victims of sexual violence, Meghan was given a print of her beloved rescue beagle Guy.

The couple reportedly adopted a black Labrador Retriever puppy together back in late August, with royal biographer Sally Bedell Smith claiming to The Sun that it was male and they had called it Oz.

But as the Duke and Duchess were presented with the picture, Harry said: "No one's even seen our dog so that's..."

Meghan added: "And they keep getting her name wrong!" before the pair realised it was a drawing of Guy instead.

While the couple remained tight-lipped about their new pup's name, at least we now know that it's female.

The mystery about royal pets is not a new one.

The name of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge's dog was a closely-guarded secret for months, until Kate revealed he was called Lupo to pupils at Rose Hill Primary School in Oxford, in 2012.

At the time, royal aides had refused to give out the name of Kate and William's black English Cocker Spaniel, saying that they regarded it as a "private" matter.

But since then, Lupo has featured in many a family photo, including the first portrait of Kate and William with a newborn baby Prince George in 2013.

- This article first appeared on Yahoo

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