Meghan Markle's Dog Landed A Book Deal & Is Now My New Favorite Author

If you like your books the way you like your memes (centered around dogs, obvi), then I’ve got some great news for you.

Duchess of Sussex Meghan Markle has a beagle named Guy, who Marie Claire reports is the subject of a new book titled His Royal Dogness, Guy the Beagle: The Rebarkable True Story of Meghan Markle’s Rescue Dog. The book was written by Guy himself, so we know we’ll be getting the complete truth about his wild ride to Kensington Palace.

According to People, the book tells of Guy’s adoption from Montgomery County Animal Shelter in Kentucky and his adjustment to life as a pampered pooch. Like all dogs, Guy gets into some shenanigans—he has to learn how to pee on the other side of the fire hydrant, and that Prince Charles’ Cornish Yarg sandwich isn’t his to eat.

We see Guy’s rise to royalty paralleling that of his person. Meghan came from humble beginnings to become the first American and the first biracial person to join the royal family. She and husband Prince Harry bonded over their love for philanthropy, so it makes sense that she would be the owner of an adopted shelter dog instead of a purchased one from a breeder.

Aside from Guy’s book deal, the pooch has got some more excitement going on in his life: Meghan and Harry have adopted a sibling for Guy, a black Labrador named Oz. Maybe Guy can give Oz some advice on how to write his own memoir?

I have a lot of questions about the book. What did the royal wedding look like from a dog’s eye view? Do British dogs bark in a different accent than American dogs? Did Guy get to meet the Queen’s Corgis? I guess I’ll have to find out when the book comes out on November 20.