of Queen Elizabeth II The love for dogs – especially corgis – is no secret. From her honeymoon and family vacation to Buckingham Palace events and official photographs and portraits, the late monarch was always with her cute corpse, As such, what would happen to her four-legged dogs after her death, who are believed to have had four dogs: two Pembroke Welsh Corgis, a Cocker Spaniel named Lissie, and a Dorgi (Corgi-Dachshund mix). ,
according to a of the people report, corgis have found a new home and dogs The Duke of York will now live with Prince Andrew and his ex-wife, the Duchess of York, Sarah Ferguson.
“The Corgis will return to live with the Duke and Duchess at the Royal Lodge. It was the Duchess who found the puppies, which were gifted to Her Majesty by the Duke,” the outlet quoted an insider as saying from the couple, who Abandoned in 1996, live at the Royal Lodge on the Windsor Estate.
The source further revealed that Ferguson, previously, “bonded with Her Majesty”. dog walking And riding horses and even after the divorce, she would continue her great friendship with Her Majesty, by walking the dogs and chatting at Frogmore.
The late Queen’s love for corgis dates back to 1993 when her father, King George VI, brought home a puppy named Dookie for his children. Over the years, he had over 30 corpses and dachshund-corgi A mix known as Dorgis.
On her 18th birthday in 1944, she was gifted her first corgi named Susan, according to GuardianTraveling in his car during his honeymoon was taken under the carpets. Susan He died in 1959, but his legacy lived on, as Elizabeth continued to breed corgis from Susan’s lineage for the next 60 years. Her last descendant, Willow, was shot down in 2018 after battling cancer,
Reportedly, the queen’s corpse slept in her private apartment and there is a special corgi room where she erected wicker baskets with cushions to keep her warm.
according to a CNN Reportedly, it is still unclear who will take care of Candy (a Dorgi) and Lisie.