Queen Elizabeth II’s beloved corgis have reportedly found a new home

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Queen Elizabeth II’s love for canine — particularly corgis — isn’t any secret. From her honeymoon and household holidays, to occasions at Buckingham Palace and official images and portraits, the late monarch all the time had the corporate of her beloved corgis. As such, what’s going to occur to her four-legged canine after her demise, on the time of which she is believed to have had 4 canine: two Pembroke Welsh Corgis, a Cocker Spaniel named Lissy, and a Dorgi (Corgi-Dachshund combine)?

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According to a People’s report, the corgis have found a new home and the canine will now reside with the Duke of York Prince Andrew, and his former spouse Duchess of York Sarah Ferguson.

Queen Elizabeth II is seen strolling within the non-public grounds of Windsor Castle with 4 of her canine: clockwise from high left Willow (corgi), Vulcan (dorgie), Candy (dorgie) and Holly (AP/PTI)

“The corgis will return to reside at Royal Lodge with the duke and duchess. It was the duchess who found the puppies, which have been gifted to Her Majesty by the duke,” the outlet quoted an insider.  The couple, who referred to as it stop in 1996, reside on the Royal Lodge on the Windsor property.

The supply additional revealed that Ferguson, beforehand, “bonded with Her Majesty over dog-walking and driving horses and even after her divorce, she would proceed her nice friendship with Her Majesty, by strolling the canine in Frogmore and chatting”.

The late queen’s love for corgis dates again to 1993 when her father, King George VI, introduced home a pet referred to as Dookie for his kids. Over the years, she had greater than 30 corgis and dachshund-corgi mixes generally known as dorgis.

In this July 5, 1936 file picture, Britain’s Princess Elizabeth, proper, holds a Pembrokeshire Corgi as her sister Princess Margaret feeds it a biscuit. Queen Elizabeth II has died. She was 96. (AP Photo, File)

On her 18th birthday in 1944, she was gifted her first corgi named Susan which, in line with The Guardian, was carried beneath journey rugs in her carriage throughout her honeymoon. Susan died in 1959 however her legacy lived on, as for the following 60 years Elizabeth continued breeding corgis from Susan’s lineage. Her final descendent, Willow, was put down in 2018 after battling most cancers.

Reportedly, the queen’s corgis slept in her non-public condominium and there may be a particular corgi room the place they have raised wicker baskets lined with cushions to maintain them heat.

According to a CNN report, it’s unclear nonetheless as to who can be taking care of Candy (a dorgi) and Lissy.

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