The news of the deathof the Queen Elizabeth brings with it consequences for the kingdom and beyond. What will happen to his loved ones animals? Queen Elizabeth’s strong bond with her pets has never been a mystery: a passion inherited from her father George VI and cultivated throughout her life. In particular, her Majesty loved her dogs and horses very much, for which she had also assigned rooms at Buckingham Palace. But now the royal animals are looking for accommodation. For the horses, two of which entered the royal stables on the occasion of the Platinum Jubilee as a gift from French presidents Emmanuel Macron and Azerbaijani Ilham Aliyev, the decision will have to be made by Princess Anna and her daughter Zara Tindall. In fact, they were Olympic champions: “It will be up to them to decide what to do with them now,” royal expert Claudia Joseph told the New York Post.
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Dogs instead? For them there is a different fate. The ‘royal watchers’ are wondering what will become of his Corgi and Dorgi. The palace staff, including Queen Angela Kelly’s seamstress and confidant, could take care of the so-called “moving carpet” that accompanied the queen on all her trips. According to experts, however, some members of the Royal Family may also take one or two.
The Prince Andrewthe queen’s favorite son in spite of the sexual scandals, for example, he had recently given his mother a Corgi and a Dorgi, while William and Kate could welcome the other members of the ‘four-legged royal family’ in their new residence, the Adelaide Windsor cottage.
During her long life, the queen has owned dozens of dogs, including over thirty descendants of Susan, the Corgi she was given at the age of 18. In 2018, however, after the death of her beloved Whisper, Elizabeth decided not to take any more. “She didn’t want to leave any young dog behind to death,” she had confided to her friends..
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In 2021, however, in the midst of the pandemic and during the illness of her husband, Prince Philip, Elizabeth bought the young Lissy, a cocker spaniel, to keep company with her and Candy, a Corgie who has been older for years with the Queen.CopyAMP code
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