Duke and Duchess of Sussex take in Ellen DeGeneres’s chicken

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Ellen DeGeneres revealed that one of her chickens had been rehomed to the Duke and Duchess of Sussex’s chicken coop.

In an Instagram post, she said, “Sinkie’s leg is fixed, but our chickens were still picking on her, so she had to be re-homed. Luckily, our friends Harry and Meghan’s coop had room for one more. Not sure yet what her royal title will be. Thanks, Dr. Christine Sellers, for your excellent care of Sinkie.”


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Since their move to the United States, Harry and Meghan have rescued several chickens from a factory farm, which are kept in a coop named “Archie’s Chick Inn”, named for their son, Prince Archie.



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