Britain’s most blingy dog owner and her pampered pet pooch each wear matching diamond-encrusted necklaces — worth a whopping £50,000.
Louise Harris, 33, and her Yorkshire Terrier Lola, eight, both have matching necklaces that cost a whopping £25,000 each.
The stunning pieces of jewellery are made from platinum and pink and white diamonds, which have been formed into letters to spell DIVA.
Incredibly, former city analyst Louise and Lola were given by wealthy admirers as a gift to celebrate the launch of her guide on how to pamper pooches.
Not content with being the official queen of lap dogs in Britain, Louise has set up a world record attempt on Sunday called Diva Dog Day – hoping to gather the most dogs in outfits under one roof.
Hilariously, the pair will also be wearing matching outfits consisting of a pink frilly dress covered in sparkly sequins and a pink feather headdress for the event.
The lavish pet present was handed over this week as it emerged animal charities revealed they were being forced to deal with handbag dogs which have been so pampered they don’t know how to walk.
Louise, who lives in Essex, said: “The necklaces are so beautiful. I was stunned when they gave them to us.
“I think 25,000 might be quite a lot of money for a dog necklace but Lola is very special she is certainly worthy of wearing such a fine pieces of jewellery – she is the queen of Diva Dogs.
“But I don’t think we will be wearing them just to go for walkies – from now on we will only take them out on special occasions.
“She gets a lot of gifts from me but she is well worth it she helped change my life I went from a bored stressed city analyst to living the dream all thanks to her.”
In the past Louise has lavished Lola with gifts costing more than a staggering £100,00 including tiaras, clothes and a £5,000 custom made bed.
Louise was a former high-flying city analyst before she gave up her 12 hour a day job to open up her own pet boutique in Chelmsford, Essex, called Diva Dogs.
In 2006 she starred with Lola in Sky 1’s A Different Breed and has since dedicated her life to canines.
Blue Cross animal centres in Britain said the number of Paris Hilton-inspired handbag dogs being handed into its care had trebled in the past 12 months, this has more than tripled to 191.
Diva Dog Day is taking place on Sunday from 10.30am at the Brook Farm Training Centre, in Stapleford Abbotts, Essex.