Queen Elizabeth Died, What Happened To Her 4 Loved Ones?

Queen Elizabeth Died, What Happened To Her 4 Loved Ones?


You Elizabeth II died on Thursday (8/9). Sadness and uncertainty surround England, including the fate of four beloved dogs War Elizabeth II.

Queen Elizabeth II not only left behind her children, grandchildren and great-grandchildren but also four feathered children. As reported by Harper’s Bazaar, the oldest dog named Candy is 13 years old. Candy is a type of dorgi or dachshund-corgi.

In fact, he did not plan to have more animals. But after a few years, he welcomed two more corgis. Speaking from The Independent, when her husband, Prince Philip, was ill, the Queen was given two corgi children and named them Fergus and Muick.

Muick was taken from Queen Elizabeth II’s favorite place in Balmoral Castle. While Fergus was taken from his uncle’s name, Fergus Bowes-Lyon. Bowes-Lyon died during the First World War in 1915 when the Queen was not yet born. However, Fergus died two months after being diagnosed with a heart problem.

Later, her son, Prince Andrew and granddaughters, Princess Beatrice and Princess Eugenie presented Queen Elizabeth II with a corgi again. Finally, in January 2022, the Queen brought home Lizzie, a spaniel dog, who won the Kennel Club Cocker Spaniel Championship.

The British royal family has a special relationship with this four-legged animal. Even on the website of the British Empire, it is said that dogs play an important role in the social and personal life of members of the royal family.

The collection of different kings shows many dog ​​traits. A painting of King Charles I is seen with a pair of King Charles Cavalier Spaniels. Then there is the painting that shows Queen Victoria with her beloved dog, Dash.

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You Elizabeth II first had a dog on her birthday in 1944. Her first dog was Susan who was a corgi. All corgis are of Susan’s lineage.

Queen Elizabeth II arrives at London's King's Cross train station on October 15, 1969 with four corgis after a holiday at Balmoral Castle in Scotland and before welcoming the American Apollo 11 astronauts to Buckingham Palace who traveled on the moon.  (Photo from AFP)Queen Elizabeth II with her pet dogs. (Photo: AFP)

After the Queen’s death, until now there is no official announcement regarding the fate of Queen Elizabeth’s beloved dog.

Ingrid Seward, royal biographer, said: “I think the family will take care of the dogs, maybe Andrew will give him one, they’re small children, corgis and dorgis.” Journal of Women’s Health.


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