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Queen’s beloved Corgis Muick and Sandy await Her Majesty’s coffin at Windsor Castle



Throughout an historic reign that spanned decades, one constant in the Queen’s life has always been her unwavering love for her Corgis, so much so the pets have become a symbol of British royalty around the world.

It was announced yesterday that the Queen, Britain’s longest-reigning monarch, had died at the age of 96. She will be remembered as a dutiful monarch who put the country before her own needs and rarely showed her softer side. 

However, that side was never more on display that when the sovereign was in the company of her Corgis.  

Indeed, her lifelong commitment to her beloved pets helped her show a more candid side to the world, even writing ‘wickedly funny’ letters from her corgis to Jack Russells belonging to her former equerry Sir Blair Stewart-Wilson. 

The world has come to associate the Queen with Corgis, and the pet, and it appears that the Monarch herself was in on the joke. 

The Queen’s love of Corgis stretches back to her childhood, when her father King George…



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