Meghan Markle might already know the , but it appears her rescue dog has already pipped her to the post when it comes to becoming a literary star.
The Duchess of Sussex's adopted pup Guy has reportedly 'written' his own 'rags to riches' story, set for release in November, reports .
According to the publication, Guy is listed as one of the 'authors' of the book, which charts his life from being lost in the woods in Kentucky and his adoption, to his move to the UK and his new life with the Royal Family.
The illustrated book - which has the full title The Rebarkable True Story of Meghan Markle's Rescue Dog - is thought not to be officially endorsed by the Royals, and is marketed as a story about how Guy went from 'pawper to proper'.
The illustrations come courtesy of artist Gerald Keller and is written with the help of Emmy award-winning writer and producer Mike Brumm, and author Camille March.
Following her to Prince Harry in November 2017, Meghan Markle reportedly took Guy from Toronto to London to live at the couple's home, Nottingham Cottage at Kensington Palace.
However, she sadly had to make the heartbreaking decision to leave her older canine, Bogart, in Toronto, as he was widely believed to be too frail to fly overseas.
Guy was found abandoned in 2015 and rescued by Toronto-based dog shelter, A Dog's Dream Rescue, before Markle spotted him at an adoption event and took him home, immediately.
The Mail reports the pup was subsequently spotted travelling to Windsor ahead of his owner's royal wedding in May, in a car with Queen Elizabeth II herself.
Dolores Doherty, who runs A Dog's Dream Rescue, commented on the pup's new book to , saying: 'Guy was living in a shelter after being found lost in a Kentucky forest, and now he's living in a palace.
'It's a fairytale, a real rags to riches story.'
In an interview earlier this year, the Duchess of Sussex revealed: 'One [dog] is now staying with very close friends and my other, little Guy, he's in the UK, he's been here for a while.'
During her time filming Suits in Toronto, Markle regularly posted photos of her dogs, which she previously described as 'my boys' on her now closed Instagram account.
Last month, the royal couple reportedly , weeks before the newlyweds .
Coincidence? We think not.