Puppy love! Duchess of Cambridge’s brother James Middleton has his hands full with a lively litter of six black and brown spaniels
- James Middleton is a happy dogfather to six adorable black and brown spaniels
- The Duchess of Cambridge’s brother will soon say goodbye to his canine crew
- He will be selling the puppies and giving the money to charity Pets As Therapy
- He has credited dogs for helping him find love with his fiancee Alizee Thevenet
Cuddling six adorable puppies with his French fiancee, James Middleton looks every inch the happy dogfather.
Sadly for the Duchess of Cambridge’s brother, however, he will soon be saying goodbye to his canine crew.
The six black and brown spaniels are going to new homes.
James Middleton, 33, and his fiancee Alizee Thevenet (both pictured), have been happy dogparents to six black and brown spaniels
The Duchess of Cambridge’s brother has six other dogs including Luna, whose puppies are pictured above
But he will not be left alone. He has six other dogs – including Luna, whose puppies are the ones pictured here with Mr Middleton, 33, and his fiancee Alizee Thevenet.
Mr Middleton wrote on Instagram: ’56 days ago you were born, 56 days of early starts, lots of poo and half eaten socks but 56 days of pure joy watching you grow. But now it’s time for you to go.
‘I am sad to see you go, and yes I might cry, but it will be with happiness as each of your new homes are bursting with love.
‘You might be scared at first, that’s OK. Just be yourself and you will never understand how much happiness you will bring to your new families and all the people you meet.
Mr Middleton is rehoming the dogs and will give the money from the sale to Pets As Therapy, who he volunteers for. The charity provide therapeutic dog visits to hospitals and care homes
Mr Middleton has credited dogs with playing a ‘vital role’ in helping him to find love, as he met Miss Thevenet for the first time when his spaniel Ella bounded over to her during a walk
‘Make me proud and remember to write. Lots of love.’
The money from the sale of the pups will go to Pets As Therapy, a charity for which he volunteers that provides therapeutic visits of dogs to hospitals and care homes.
Mr Middleton has credited dogs with playing a ‘vital role’ in helping him to get out of depression – and find love.
He met Miss Thevenet for the first time when his spaniel Ella bounded over to her during a walk.