The Queen has lengthy been identified for her love of canines, and has owned greater than 30 corgis throughout her reign. It is a ardour she shares with many different members of the royal household, together with her grandsons and their wives – the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, and the Duke and Duchess of Sussex. But it isn’t solely the British royals who’ve launched the world to their beloved pets; from Queen Margrethe II of Denmark to King Willem-Alexander of the Netherlands, meet the royal canines…
The Queen‘s corgis have been conserving the monarch in good, canine firm for many years. She was given her first corgi Susan when she was 18, and even took the beloved pet on her honeymoon with Prince Philip.
The mother-of-four isn’t removed from her canines, who she has famously known as her “family” up to now. The pampered pooches have travelled together with her on tour, and got satisfaction of place in a single of Her Majesty’s official 90th birthday portraits. Sadly, the Queen’s final corgi – named Whisper – handed away in October 2018. The monarch remains to be the proud proprietor of Candy and Vulcan, who’re corgi-dachshund crosses and made an look within the 2012 James Bond London Olympics sketch.