Here’s what will happen to Queen Elizabeth II’s Corgis after she dies

The Queen owned over 30 corgis and dorgis during her reign, most of which are descended from her first corgi, Susanna, which was given to him on his 18th birthday in 1944, according to Buckingham Palace. Over the years, some of the corgis have been bred with dachshunds to create dorgis. One of the dachshunds was Seedwhich belonged to the queen’s sister, Princess Margueritesaid the palace.

The Queen’s dogs have accompanied her on her trips to her residences and a few have also canceled her official engagements and appeared with her in official photographs. A photo from 2016 taken by a famous photographer Annie Leibovitz for the queen’s 90th birthday show the monarch with corgis willow and holly and dogs Vulcan and Candy.

Holly died in 2016, while Vulcan died in 2020. In 2018, the Queen mourned the passing of corgis Whisper and Willow, who was her last home-raised corgi and played with her and Daniel Craig in a James Bond-themed comedy sketch aired during the 2012 Summer Olympics in London.

See photos of the Queen with her many dogs throughout her life:


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