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Suki Waterhouse's Pets

Does Suki Waterhouse Have Any Pets?

Suki Waterhouse has three dogs named Chili, Marvin, and Romeo.

Chili (Dog)


Suki Waterhouse has a dog named Chili.

Marvin (Dog)


Suki Waterhouse has a dog named Marvin.

Romeo (Dog)

Breed: Borzoi

Suki Waterhouse has a Borzoi named Romeo, who was revealed in a video she posted of her entering her Mob Wife Era.

Suki Waterhouse's pet Trombone Dog

Trombone Dog (Dog)

Suki Waterhouse has mentioned she had a childhood dog that would pee every time she played her trombone.

Suki Waterhouse's pet Lizzy

Lizzy (Lizard)

Suki Waterhouse’s first pet was a lizard named Lizzy. One time Lizzy escaped, but managed to return eight months later.

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Suki Waterhouse Pets


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Suki Waterhouse is a British model, actress, and entrepreneur who has made her mark in the entertainment industry. Starting her career as a model, Waterhouse quickly gained recognition for her unique look and effortless style. She has since become a muse for many renowned designers, such as Burberry, Tommy Hilfiger, and Redken. She has also graced the covers of many prominent fashion magazines, including Vogue, Elle, and Harper’s Bazaar.

However, Waterhouse’s talents extend beyond modeling. She has proven to be a talented actress, having appeared in films such as “Love, Rosie,” “Insurgent,” and “Assassination Nation.” She has also collaborated with other notable actors and actresses, such as Lily Collins and Bradley Cooper.

Aside from her work in the entertainment industry, Waterhouse is also an avid animal lover and has been an advocate for animal rights. In 2016, she co-founded a company called “Pop & Suki,” which specializes in customizable bags and accessories. A portion of the profits from the company goes towards supporting animal welfare organizations.

In addition to her work in fashion and film, Waterhouse has also used her platform to advocate for other causes. She has been an ambassador for the British Fashion Council’s Positive Fashion initiative, which focuses on promoting sustainability and diversity within the fashion industry.