Of Queen Elizabeth II Royal dogs had a special place in the funeral events of the late king. Puppies stand by their uniformed hands as the Queen’s coffin approaches Windsor Castle, where she will be laid to rest on Monday, September 19, 2022.
Short and sweet Safe for baby mice was secured by the crown the day before. While greeting mourners outside the Palace of Westminster on Saturday, September 17, Prince William told a concerned woman, “I saw them the other day, which made me quite sad,” also noting, “They will be well taken care of.”
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“They are two very friendly corgis so they have a good home,” Prince William noted of the four dogs, who are regularly photographed with his grandmother. “They will be very well taken care of, I am sure spoiled,” he added.
The Queen is extremely fond of her animals, especially her puppies. Among her favorites is her Pembroke Welsh corgis name Muick and SandyEven the residents of Buckingham Palace.
For many years, she has been photographed with Willow, Vulcan, Candy (supposedly the oldest) and Holly, who helped her exchange the ring for her 90th birthday in 2016 at Windsor Castle. Willow enjoys the limelight as he appears with the Queen and Daniel Craig as James Bond in the opening sketch of the 2012 Olympic Games held in London. She also added Cocker Spaniel Lissy in 2022.
The Queen’s funeral was also attended by her royal family, including the newlyweds King Charles III, and heads of state including the President of the United States Joe BidenBritish Prime Minister Liz Trussand the President of France Emmanuel Macron. Royals from Spain, Norway, Sweden, the Netherlands and Japan were also present to honor the queen.
Queen Elizabeth died at the age of 96 on September 8, 2022 at Balmoral Castle, Scotland. She will be laid to rest at the King George VI Memorial Chapel, where she will be with her parents, King George VI and Queen ElizabethMother of King.