Simon Cowell’s Dogs Are Going Home For Christmas In Style!

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In an exclusive article for the Daily Mail report Simon Cowell is flying his dogs Squiddly & Diddly home to England in style.

They have run riot at Simon Cowell’s multi-million dollar Hollywood home – and helped him prepare for impending fatherhood.

And in a sign of just how spoilt cute Yorkshire terrier puppies Squiddly and Diddly are – they are being flown back to the UK for Christmas by security guard, MailOnline can reveal.

While Simon will leave for his annual Caribbean jaunt following the final of tonight’s X Factor final, his pets will be flown in business class on an Air France flight to Paris.

From there, they will either drive or travel on the Eurostar across the English Channel to Simons $14.4million London home, where they will stay for the holidays.

Indeed, the dogs – brother and sister – will set up home at the exclusive London address and stay there until Simon and his pregnant girlfriend Lauren Silverman arrive in the Spring.

The couple will travel to London – along with their newborn son, due on February 28 – as Cowell – whose fortune is now estimated at $370million – will be filming Britain’s Got Talent.

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A business class flight on Air France will cost around $10,000.

And a source said; ‘Squiddly and Diddly are very well looked after, to say the least.

‘But they have to travel in business class as Simon and Lauren really don’t want to put them in the hold.’

Because dogs aren’t allowed to travel in the cabin on a British carrier, Squiddly and Diddly will land in Paris before being taken to London.

The source added: ‘Squiddly and Diddly have been to the vet and had their shots. When they’re in the UK, they’ll get their UK passports which will make it easier for them to travel.

Simon and Lauren adopted the dogs in October – and he says they are helping him ‘road test’ his £22 million Beverly Hills mansion before the arrival of their son, nicknamed Baby Simon.

For more photos of the pups visit our Squiddly & Diddly page

SOURCE: Mail Online

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