Queen Elizabeth’s Corgis Take a Stroll on the Day of Her Funeral

Queen Elizabeth II might be remembered for numerous issues, together with her historic 70-year reign, her youngsters and their youngsters, her infectious smile, her colourful outfits, her timeless jewellery assortment, and her beloved corgis.

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Right this moment, on the day of the late monarch’s state funeral, her canine, Muick and Sandy, have been walked by guards inside Windsor Citadel. Prince Andrew was seen standing with them for a couple of minutes earlier than heading to his mom’s service.

The funeral passed off at Westminster Abbey in London at 11 a.m. U.Ok. time. Attendees included the whole royal household, in addition to royals from different international locations and world leaders.

britains prince andrew, duke of york l stands with the queens corgis, muick and sandy inside windsor castle on september 19, 2022, ahead of the committal service for britains queen elizabeth ii photo by glyn kirk pool afp photo by glyn kirkpoolafp via getty images

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BAZAAR.com beforehand reported that it’s Andrew and his ex-wife, Sarah, Duchess of York, who will now care for the queen’s corgis following her demise. The exes nonetheless reside collectively at Royal Lodge in Windsor—Muick and Sandy’s new house.

A supply near the Duke of York informed BAZAAR, “The corgis will return to reside at Royal Lodge with The Duke and Duchess. It was The Duchess who discovered the puppies which have been gifted to Her Majesty by The Duke.”

The supply added, “The Duchess bonded with Her Majesty over canine strolling and using horses and even after her divorce, she would proceed her nice friendship with Her Majesty by strolling the canine in Frogmore and chatting.”

Prince Andrew and his daughters, Princess Beatrice and Princess Eugenie, gifted the monarch canine Muick and Fergus in spring 2021, when Prince Philip was hospitalized. Fergus sadly died at two months outdated, after which Andrew gifted his mom one other corgi, Sandy, on what would have been Philip’s one centesimal birthday.

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