Meghan Markle's dog, a Kentucky rescue, reportedly got a very special ride to the location of this weekend's royal wedding.
Markle's beagle, Guy, was spotted riding beside Queen Elizabeth II last Thursday on a trip to Windsor ahead of the wedding, according to Elle Magazine. Guy can be seen looking out the window of the queen's vehicle in a video posted by the Daily Mail.
Guy was adopted through an Ontario-based rescue called "A Dog's Dream Rescue," which got him from a kill-shelter in Kentucky, according to The Guardian. The Kentucky shelter called the rescue to see if they'd be interested in "a 17lb beagle that had been found in the woods," the British daily newspaper reported.
Markle and Guy met during an Ontario adoption event less than a day after the dog arrived in Canada, according to the Guardian. Markle was living in Ontario at the time to film the television show Suits and brought the beagle home.
A Dog's Dream Rescue posted on Facebook in November, just after Markle's engagement to Prince Harry was announced, saying "How is that for a rags to riches story from a good ole Kentucky Beagle!"