Queen’s corgis to have new home

The pets are to return to familiar ground in Windsor

Black and white photograph of the Queen with her pet corgis, taken in 1973
The Queen 'first fell in love' with corgis in 1933
(Image credit: George W. Hales/Fox Photos/Getty Images)

The Queen’s beloved pet corgis were so often seen by Her Majesty’s side, whether inside the royal residences, in the gardens, or travelling with their owner by plane, train and limousine. Following the monarch’s death, concerns were raised as to who would now look after her remaining dogs.

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