Queen Elizabeth Corgis: Who Will Adopt Her Dogs After Her Death?

Fluffy friends. After her death, many Royal fans are wondering: Who will be Queen Elizabeth’s wolf-dog heir? The Queen is well known for her love for Pembroke Welsh Corgis and one of her family members will receive them after her funeral.

The two royal dogs, Muick and Sandy, are seen outside Windsor Castle waiting for the Queen’s hearse after the solemn ceremony on September 19, 2022. In the meantime, their new owners, the Royal Family, Prince Andrew, comforted them. It has been revealed that Andrew and his ex-wife Sarah Ferguson will look after the dogs after his mother passes away. The Telegraph reports that Sarah and Elizabeth “sticked” to dog walking for years. The Queen also owns a dog named Lissy, a Cocker Spaniel and is currently staying with her trainer.

Muick and another corgi, Fergus were given to the Queen when Prince Philip due to Sarah and Andrew’s ill health. Sadly, Fergus died of a heart defect two months after he was given to the Queen. The Queen owned more than 30 corgis during her lifetime, many of which were descendants of a dog named Susan. Her first Corgi Dookie was given to her by King George VI and Queen Elizabeth, the Queen Mother Dowager in 1933, and Susan was given by her parents in 1944. Susan’s last remaining descendant passed away in 2015. and the Queen was given another Corgi named Candy.

According to Page Six, Prince William told a mourner that the puppies were in good condition, “I saw them the other day. They are being well taken care of. They are two very friendly dogs. They’ve got a good home, they’re being looked after very well. “

The newly appointed Prince and Princess of Wales and the Duke and Duchess of Sussex look together at memorials for the late Queen Elizabeth II at Windsor Castle on September 10, 2022. Kensington Palace said William had invited his brother Harry and sister-in-law Meghan Markle to join him and Kate. Earlier in the day, William was present to claim his father’s King status. The all-black couples looked lovingly at the flowers and messages of support for the Queen and her family. “We are all very grateful – both sides put everything aside for the Queen,” a Royal source told Page Six.

Queen Elizabeth: The Life of a Modern Monarch

Image: Courtesy of Random House.

For more on the British royal family, check out the 2012 biography of Sally Bedell Smith, Queen Elizabeth: The Life of a Modern Monarch.
New York Times bestseller, featuring the “true story” behind some of the storylines featured in Netflix Crown, which follows the life of Queen Elizabeth II from her childhood as “queen heir” to her father, King George VI; until the time he met her husband, Prince Philip, when she was 13 years old; ascended to the throne at the age of 25 in 1952. Queen Elizabeth, including interviews with Buckingham Palace sources and never-before-seen documents, provides a closer look at the Queen’s legacy as one of the most famous kings in recent history.

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