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Puppy Love! Katharine McPhee Carries Her Two Sleeping Chihuahuas In Their Basket 🐶🐶

‘The Lost Wife of Robert Durst’ actress recently starred in the Lifetime movie that was just released

Katharine McPhee carries her adorable Chihuahuas on set of The Lost Wife of Robert Durst © Atlantic Images
Katharine McPhee carries her adorable Chihuahuas on set of The Lost Wife of Robert Durst © Atlantic Images

Katharine McPhee was spotted taking her sleeping furry friends for a walk but it was just Katharine doing the walking as the two adorable Chihuahuas slept in their basket!

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From what we have researched Katharine has several dogs and these two look to be her new adopted dog, Wilmer, and her trusted friend, Nena which she takes everywhere with her. 

Katharine McPhee recently played the wife of Robert Durst, Kathie, in the Lifetime movie ‘The Lost Wife of Robert Durst’ which was just released.

VIDEO: Katharine McPhee Filming The Lost Wife Of Robert Durst in Vancouver

It follows the story of the New York property tycoon Robert Durst who’s wife Kathie vanished in 1982 with her family and friends left deeply disturbed that her disappearance wasn’t taken seriously by police at the time. More about the story can be read in the book: A Deadly Secret: The Strange Disappearance of Kathie Durst

Katharine McPhee carries her adorable Chihuahuas on set of The Lost Wife of Robert Durst © Atlantic Images
Katharine McPhee takes her pet dogs everywhere with her! Here she is playing with them on set of The Lost Wife of Robert Durst © Atlantic Images

PICS: Katharine Mcphee Filming The Lost Wife of Robert Durst in Vancouver

Check out the video above of Katharine McPhee carrying  study books during filming ‘The Lost Wife of Robert Durst’ in Vancouver, Canada.

Katharine McPhee Trivia: One of Katharine McPhee’s first movie roles was in Shark Night 3D!

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