The Duke and Duchess of Sussex named their cute Labrador dog Pula, which is the name of the currency in Botswana.
The former royal couple once met in an African country a few weeks after the meeting, and it was widely reported that they fell in love there.
But it is shocking that, according to users of social networks in Romania, the name Pula is slang for “penis”.
One of them wrote: “Perhaps one of their group would search Poole on Google to make sure it’s not a Romanian penis?”
Another said, “Pretty shocked to see this in print … !!!”
Initially, the couple did not disclose the name of their dog, which they took back in 2018.
In other Sussex news, Harry and Megan have “Peace against them” when they seek to live their lives after the royal family, says the expert.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex, who married in 2018, resigned from their royal duties in 2020 and soon expressed their grievances for life at The Firm.
But the two will become “stronger” than their separation from royal duties, as they now find themselves in a “peace against them” scenario, the royal correspondent said.
Harry and wife Megan, raised in the royal family, resigned from their royal duties in January 2020 and have since opened their own nonprofit Archewell.
Royal correspondent and author Katie Nicole says the spark between the couple was instantaneous and they “connected very quickly” and soon became the focus of royal fans around the world.
The The Queen was “delighted” when the couple announced their engagement, officially offering her a blessing.
Nicole said the sense of partnership the couple felt for each other was one of the strongest qualities of their relationship, especially now that the couple is in conflict with the royal family.
“They are kindred spirits who share the same values,” she said GOOD!.
“They have the same dreams, they strive for the same goals.
“When you think about what they turned away from, what they gave up, and especially the sacrifices Harry made, it’s just as good that they’re such a strong unit because they really got each other.”
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