IF you’ve ever been curious to hear a Shetland pony, dogs and kittens perform an all-animal rendition of ‘Here Comes The Bride’, then relax, as your wait is over.

Catshill charity Blue Cross has released the world’s first all-animal rendition of the song to celebrate the marriage of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle on May 19.

A beagle pup named Marley, Squirrel the enthusiastic Jack Russell Terrier, a Shetland pony named Tristan and four adorable domestic short-haired kittens Julian, Jill, Janet and Joyce alongside their mum, Jessica, are among those who feature in the cover.

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The ‘Blue Cross Pet Choir’ wanted to not only celebrate the Royal wedding, but also the love the future Duchess has for her own rescue pets, Guy the beagle and Bogart the Labrador-Shepherd.

Mandy Jones, director of rehoming at the charity, said “We know that Meghan Markle is a huge fan of rescue pets and the fantastic support she provides for animals is something we want to celebrate.

“To say congratulations to the royal couple on their wedding day, our homeless pets have given something special, they’ve given a gift of song with this rendition of Here Comes The Bride.

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“Each pet seen and heard is desperately looking for their new family and we hope this loving wedding season will help them sing their way into loving new homes.”

The menagerie of sounds was recorded by homeless Blue Cross pets at their rehoming centres across the country, and then remixed into the familiar wedding march song.

The track and accompanying heart-warming music video stars a whole troupe of Blue Cross pets who are seeking homes.