‘We will pass up him so much’: Prince William and Kate Middleton tell of their heartbreak soon after their ‘dear dog’ Lupo died in excess of the weekend
- Duke and Duchess of Cambridge reveal their pet dog, Lupo, has died aged nine
- Lupo, an English cocker spaniel, was bred from a doggy owned by the Middletons
Prince William and Kate Middleton have been still left heartbroken following their ‘dear dog,’ Lupo died over the weekend.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge shared a picture of their beloved pup before this evening.
Sharing the news with their Instagram followers, they wrote: ‘Very sadly past weekend our expensive puppy, Lupo, handed absent. He has been at the coronary heart of our family members for the earlier nine many years and we will pass up him so a lot. – W & C’.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have unveiled their beloved doggy Lupo has died at the age of 9.
Followers shared their condolences with the royals following they shared the information on Sunday night.
Movie producer Ben Cohen wrote: ‘’m so sorry for your reduction. Sending love.’
Another follower wrote: ‘So sorry did your loss… animals are not pets they grow to be family members.’
Lupo showcased in quite a few pics with the royals, which include a person of the first formal shots of Prince George.
The English cocker spaniel was bred from a puppy which was owned by Michael and Carole Middleton, Kate’s mothers and fathers.
He was supplied to the couple in 2011.
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