Meghan, the Duchess of Sussex is writing a children's book inspired by her dogs?
Children's book? Rescued dogs? Okay, maybe there's a connection if we look closer, but we're still confused about that at the moment.
Meghan Markle, Duchess of Sussex, is reportedly writing a kid's book inspired by the dogs she rescued over the years.
According to the Sunday Times, the former 'Suits' actress has just recently become a mom to son Archie, but she already turned her hand to publishing a book after guest-editing the new September issue of Britain's Vogue magazine.
Meghan is a well-known animal lover, so it's not a big surprise that she would base her first children's book on her dogs.
"As a proud rescue dog owner, I know from personal experience the joy that adopting an animal into your home can bring,” she gushed.
She continued: "The choice to adopt a pet is a big decision that comes with much responsibility, but infinite return on investment. It will undoubtedly change your life.”
The actress-turned-royalty currently has two dogs: a rescued beagle, named Guy, and a Labrador retriever cross-breed whose name isn't disclosed yet.
If you guys didn't know, this isn't Markle's first venture into the publishing world. Last year, Meghan supported and wrote the foreword for the charity cookbook 'Together,' which raised money for a communal kitchen in London, to help the victims from the Grenfell Tower Fires.
The royal family is yet to comment on whether Meghan will be a legit author, but we're still looking forward to her potential books.