Meghan Markle couldn't help but burst out laughing when she was presented with a special piece of artwork during her official tour of Sussex.
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The Duke and Duchess of Sussex visited the Survivor's Network in Brighton on Wednesday (local time) when Meghan received an amusing drawing of one of her dogs.
The artwork, made by artist Henry James Garrett, depicts the royal pooch being asked the question: "Who's a good boy?"
The answer reads: "A boy who makes every effort to dismantle the patriarchy (whilst keeping in mind intersections with other forms of oppression)."
Cameras captured Meghan's reaction to the sketch, as she roared with laughter before pointing out the "little freckles" on the dog to her husband, Prince Harry.
According to Hello magazine, Harry remarked "no one's even seen our dog!" referring to the royal couple's recently adopted pet, a black labrador they named Oz.
The Duke of Sussex then suggested that the portrait might depict Meghan's other dog, a beagle named guy, which Garett confirmed on his Instagram page, Drawings Of Dogs.
During their visit to the charity, which supports survivors of sexual abuse, the pair was also gifted pins made by the same artist that read: "You have a superpower and it's called empathy."
Meghan was touched by the gesture, calling it "really special".
The Duke and Duchess will embark on a tour of the South Pacific, including a visit to New Zealand, later this month.