Dozens of dogs, cats and horses from rehoming centres across the UK feature on the Blue Cross rendition of Here Comes the Bride.

Beagle pup and a Shetland pony star in tribute to Harry and Meghan

With royal wedding fever sweeping the nation, one animal charity has come up with a novel way to celebrate the upcoming nuptials: getting their animals to sing a rendition of Here Comes the Bride.

Blue Cross says that dozens of dogs, cats and horses from its rehoming centres across the UK feature on the track, created as a special gift for Meghan Markle and Prince Harry. They include a beagle pup named Marley, four adorable short-haired kittens and a Shetland pony named Tristan.

Meghan Markle is a huge animal lover and her adopted beagle Guy made the move to the UK when the royal couple got engaged last year. Sadly her Labrador-shepherd mix Bogart had to remain in Canada as he was too old to make the journey.

“We know that Meghan Markle is a huge fan of rescue pets and the fantastic support she provides for animals is something we want to celebrate,” said Mandy Jones, director of rehoming. “To say congratulations to the royal couple on their wedding day, our homeless pets have given something special, they’ve given a gift of song with this rendition of Here Comes The Bride.

“Each pet seen and heard is desperately looking for its new family and we hope this loving wedding season will help them sing their way into loving new homes.”

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