Kate Middleton's Brother James Shares First Photo of 3 Generations of His Dogs Together
Kate Middleton's younger brother, James Middleton, shared a sweet clip that showed off his breed of dogs.
James Middleton, who is the younger brother of the Duchess of Cambridge, and Kate Middleton, warmed the hearts of his followers when he recently shared an update on his dogs.
James Middleton at the GQ Men Of The Year Awards on September 03, 2019 in London, England | Photo: Getty Images
As a sign of his loyalty to his pups, James attended the 2019 "Friends for Life" award, where he acted in the capacity of a "Pets as Therapy" (PAT) volunteer.
While the first slide of the post was an image of all six dogs, the second slide was a video that showed one of the dogs, Nala, running across the yard as the other dogs calmly posed for the camera. The post which has garnered nearly 30,000 likes was captioned:
"First family photo. It took a while but Nala got the hang of it (see next photo!) but it was a special moment capturing three generations together happy & healthy."
The dinner guests sat in assigned seats and had napkins around their necks and dog kibble on ceramic plates, which were shown off on James' Instagram Stories.
The Bon Entendeur hit song, "L'amour, l'amour, l'amour" and emojis of a wine glass, spaghetti, and dog paws accompanied the Story.
The 33-year-old's Instagram followers have become used to such posts as he usually uses his platform to talk about his mental health journey and how his dogs have helped him retrace his steps.
Back in March, Daily Mail disclosed that James has even credited his dogs for "saving his life" as he believes that they can do more than people when it comes to recovery.
The entrepreneur also admitted that he wouldn't have had the confidence he needed to speak up about depression and mental health without the presence of his dogs.
As a sign of his loyalty to his pups, James attended the 2019 "Friends for Life" award, where he acted in the capacity of a "Pets as Therapy" (PAT) volunteer. He will, however, be acting as an ambassador for the canine competition this year.