The Duke and Duchess of Sussex named their cute Labrador dog Pula, which is the name of the currency in Botswana.
The ex-royal couple once dated in the African country just weeks after meeting and it is widely reported that they fell in love there.
But shockingly, according to social media users in Romania, the name Pula is slang for “penis”.
One wrote: “Surely someone in their group would have Googled Pula to ensure it wasn’t Romanian for penis?”
Another said: “Quite a shock to see it in print…!!!”
The couple didn’t initially disclose the name of their dog which they adopted back in 2018.
In other Sussex news, Harry and Meghan have the “world against them” as they strive to live out their post-Royal Family life, an expert has claimed.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex, who married back in 2018, split from their royal duties in 2020 and soon voiced their complaints about life in The Firm.
But the two will have been made “stronger” by their split from royal duties as they now find themselves in a “world against them” scenario, a royal correspondent has said.