It is no secret that Meghan Markle is fond of dogs, after all, she has a beagle named Guy who takes trips with the Queen.
According to the Sun, royal biographer Sally Bedell Smith said Markle and Prince Harry expanded their family by adopting another fortunate pup.
Before marrying her Prince, Meghan had two dogs. Guy, who was flown to the UK six months before her wedding, and Bogart, a Labrador-German Shepherd mix.
Unfortunately, Bogart was too old to fly and had to stay behind in Toronto where he is cared for by close friends of Meghan.
Guy, on the other hand, is taking well to royal life and was seen sharing a car ride with the Queen a day before Meghan and Harry's wedding.
The lucky pooch gets to spend his time at their summer home in Cotswolds and at Kensington Palace where he gets only the best food and lots of space to run and, well, be a dog.
Guy had been by Meghan's side for at least five years, and she adopted him while still married to her first husband, Trevor Engelson.
It is not yet known if Oz was a rescue dog as well, but it is possible seeing as Meghan's step-mother, Camilla, is a patron of Battersea Dogs & Cats Home.
Kensington Palace hasn't confirmed any details about the lucky pooch as yet, and observers of the royal family are anxiously awaiting news.
Fans of the royal family are speculating that the dog's name could either be a reference to Australia or the Wizard of Oz, while others suggested it might be short for Ozymandias.
It's not an unprecedented move as Prince William, and Kate Middleton also adopted a dog, Cocker Spaniel Lupo, shortly after their wedding day, back in 2011.