The queen and her corgis are present on most stages in the UK, this is because the monarch took the dogs with her wherever she traveled. So now that she passed away they are deciding what to do with them.
Corgi dogs were the queen’s most loyal servants, even being with her when she passed away on Thursday. She loved them so much that even, until the day of her death, she personally supervised her daily diet.
The corgis were fed a beef fillet and a chicken breast, which was served sharp every day at 5:00 pm. The queen herself supervised the preparation since she preferred the company of animals to humans.
Given this, they have said that the dogs will continue with the royal family, but now the one who will take care of them will be Prince Andrew. The care will fall on the butlers but the queen’s assistant and the page will be the ones who attend to them.
Queen Elizabeth II bred 30 generations of corgis, all descended from the first female corgi dog her father gave her at the age of 18. She wanted to stop raising the puppies at the age of 90 because she was worried about what would happen to them, but in 2021 her son Andrés gave her two due to the death of Prince Felipe.