Prince Harry adopts one of Ellen DeGeneres’ pet chickens.
The 65-year-old former talk show host and her wife, Portia de Rossi, have been taking special care of one of their birds, which they have nicknamed “Hinkie” (Sinkie), who was temporarily living in an outdoor tank after the bird injured its leg, once had her feathered friend recover and struggled to return to her coop while the other hens were “bothering” She, so the couple’s neighbors Harry and his wife Meghan, the Duchess of Sussex, agreed to take her in.
Three weeks ago, Allen wrote on Instagram:
“We had a chicken that hurt its leg, so we moved it to the sink. Portia was going to buy him a set of guest towels.
In an update shared on Saturday, he posted:
“Hinkie’s leg has healed, but our chickens are still bothering her, so she has to be rehomed.” Luckily, our friends Harry and Meghan still have room for a chicken in their chicken coop. I’m still not sure what her real title is.
Hours later, the “Finding Nemo” star shared a video of a happy Hinkie with Harry and Meghan’s other pet chickens.
She captioned the clip:
“Update: Hinkie is adjusting perfectly to his new home.”
During their infamous interview with Oprah Winfrey, the royal couple with children showed off their chicken coop, dubbed “Archie’s Check-in Hotel,” where they have The four children, Prince Archie, four, and Princess Lilibet, two, explained that the chickens were rescued from a factory farm in California.
“She always wanted chickens,” Harry said.
Meghan added: ‘I love rescues’
The former Suits star explained that having the birds was part of the couple’s dream to “be able to really live” after stepping away from royal duties.
“It’s very basic, but very beneficial. Just getting back to the basics.