Insta-Famous Doug The Pug Came To London And Had The Best Time

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If you’re not one of Doug the Pug’s 2.1 million Instagram followers, then your feed has been missing out on its daily dose of wrinkly, pug-life cuteness. This self-proclaimed ‘King of Pop Culture’, has gone from strength to strength, thanks to the whirlwind growth of his social media channels. And, after releasing his own book (yep, we assume it was ghost-written, although who knows the capabilities of a pug with a powerful social following), he’s now come to tour London, all the way from his hometown in Tennessee. And here is the photographic evidence. You’re welcome.

We’re glad to see that Doug wasn’t afraid of getting involved in local cuisine. Although he looks pretty terrified.

“Doesn’t matter what time of day it is, I’m always down to eat” -Doug

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And f*cking hates waiting for buses too

“I feel like I’m in a One Direction music video” -Doug

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He had a bonding moment with Big Ben.  


“Big Ben, Little Pug” -Doug

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We’re pretty sure his pug-king status allowed him to skip the queue at King’s Cross. 

“Harry Pugger is finally going to Hogwarts” -Doug

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Doug’s also a sucker for skyline views. If you want more of that, follow us Doug (!!! Shameless plug. Soz not soz.

“I’ll do anything to get the perfect selfie lighting” -Doug

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Won’t we all Doug, won’t we all.

You can check out Doug’s very own book on Amazon here.  

Georgie Jones

Georgie Jones

After graduating, Georgie decided to drastically break the mould and moved to Clapham, where she quickly picked up an Australian accent. She loves bloody Marys, small plates and dogs and strives not to be a walking cliché - so goes running instead.

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