Meghan Markle visits animal charity Mayhew and gala benefit with Prince Harry

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On Monday, the royal accompanied husband Prince Harry to Birkenhead in Merseyside, on an official visit to Tomorrow's Women Wirral - an organisation that helps women in vulnerable circumstances.

And it looks like the Duchess of Sussex makes the pawfect Patron for the charity after she was seen cuddling one of the puppies and cradling it on her blossoming baby bump.

Meghan, The Duchess of Sussex leaves after a visit to Mayhew animal welfare charity at its offices in north-west London, Wednesday Jan. 16, 2019.

In a surprise move, the mother-to-be dressed her bump in a $45 turtleneck mini dress by H&M which comes in both beige and grey. The Duchess looked elegant in a beige £25 H&M maternity dress and matching Armani coat, as she greeted patrons and care home residents who gave her a warm welcome.

During the visit Meghan was introduced to Maggie, a one-year-old Jack Russell who had gone up for "adoption" on the charity's website.

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Her other dog Guy, a Beagle, did make the journey and is now part of the family and has joined the Sussex's other pet, a black Labrador.

The duchess is a dog lover who supported various animal rescue centres in her home city of Los Angeles. Meghan has taken up the post of Patron to support the education and animal welfare work of Mayhew.

The duchess picked up the dog when she spotted it was shivering and clutched it to her chest when she chatted to Mayhew staff who told her about the charity's projects in India and Afghanistan.

Meghan's new patronage is very close to her heart, as she previously adopted two rescue pups when she lived in Toronto.

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