Much has been said about how the inheritance of Queen Elizabeth II. But among his assets and belongings there are also up to five very special dogs in her life, including two corgi called Muick and Sandya name dorgi Candy and two Cocker spaniel.
Who will keep the dogs? This afternoon it has been confirmed that the Duke and Duchess of York, Prince Andrew, and his ex-wife, Sarah Ferguson, will take charge of the two corgi dogs. These dogs became, along with their hats and bowling, one of the most recognizable signs of identity of the late queen.
Andrés, third of the four children that Isabel II had, and Sarah Ferguson They will thus take care of Muick Y sandy. The first was given by Andrés himself to his mother in early 2021 during the queen’s confinement in the windsor castle and Sandy was the gift for his 95th birthday from Andrés and Princesses Beatriz and Eugenia.
The queen took great affection for Muick and Sandy despite initial reluctance. Her Majesty had decided in 2015 that she would stop bringing in new dogs for fear of leaving any pups behind upon her death. The British press maintains that Elizabeth accepted the puppies on the condition that Prince Andrew and Princess Beatrice would get them back.
And what will happen to Candy? The Daily Mail assures that if Candy does not stay in the royal family, it is most likely that she will go with one of the staff members of the royal house. In the past, when Isabel raised litters of puppies, there was great competition among the employees to keep one of the copies. Other sources believe that pets They can be left under the care of Isabel’s trusted staff.
Penny Junior, who has written about the queen’s corgis, told Newsweek that both Elizabeth’s dressmaker, Angela Kelly, and another royal household employee, Paul Whybrew, they have experience in taking care of the queen’s dogs.
The queen was a passionate breeder of hunting dogs in Sandringham. He is actually credited with creating the dorgi breed when his corgi was mated with a dachshund owned by his sister, the princess Margaret.
His love for dogs goes back a long way, when he fell in love with his father’s dog, King George VI, named Dookie. When he turned 18, his father gave him her first corgi, named Susan (died 1959, took with her on honeymoon 1947)whose offspring are still today in the royal family accumulating 14 generations.
Elizabeth II had dozens of corgis throughout her long life. One of them was Willowwho appeared alongside the monarch in the sketch of james-bond which he recorded for the opening ceremony of the 2012 London Olympics.