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‘Heavenly comical’ Dog rescuer ‘couldn’t stop laughing’ after picking up royal-owned pooch

A simple Google search on the little dog who followed 20-year-old Angelina Berge made her fall to her knees after she found that the pooch belonged to Princess Sofia of Sweden and her husband Prince Carl Philip. Speaking to Swedish newspaper, Expressen, Ms Berge said that the little dog had begun to follow them, and after attempts to call a phone number on the pup’s collar, Angelina’s friend mentioned that the prince and princess lived nearby and that they had a pet. 

She told the Swedish outlet: “Then I searched on Google and got an article that the prince’s dog had previously escaped.”

“I saw the picture of the dog and fell to my knees – I could not stop laughing because it was so heavenly comical.

“We started talking to the dog and said her name: ‘Siri, Siri’. She was super happy.

“Then we realised that it was probably the prince’s dog.”

Angelina said that the prince was grateful that the pooch was found, after she and her friend carried Siri to the couple’s royal residence.

She added: “So we pinged at the prince and princess’ house.

“Prince Carl Philip came down with his son and fetched the dog.

“He was so very nice and kind and thanked us again and again.”

READ MORE: Princess Sofia of Sweden: From ‘tattooed bikini model’ to Princess

The couple is very fond of the privileged pup as she is often spotted being posted on their Instagram page and on walks with the royal family.

The beloved animal has even been included in some family portraits.


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