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Will They Be Buried With Her? See What Will Happen To The Queen’s Dogs After Her Death

The great monarch of England, Queen Elizabeth II died on Thursday, September 8 2022 in the company of her close and royal family in Balmoral, Scotland.

While the world mourns her death, details of what becomes of her most priced possessions are beginning to saturate the media space that includes her famous corgis.

Viral news about the dogs being buried with the Queen – Similar to the Abobaku tale when Alaafin of Oyo died a few months back, began to make the rounds but according to sources, Queen Elizabeth II’s beloved corgis will have a new home with Prince Andrew and Sarah, the Duke, and Duchess of York.

The late monarch, who died at the age of 96, leaves behind four dogs, including two corgis, one dorgi named Candy and a cocker spaniel called Lissy.

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In 2015, it was reported that the Queen had no plans to add any more dogs to her brood. She told horse trainer Monty Roberts that she didn’t want any more young dogs because “she didn’t want to leave any young dogs behind. She wanted to put an end to it.”

​However, she was gifted two new corgis Muick and Fergus by her son, Prince Andrew, in an attempt to cheer her up after her husband, Prince Philip, was in the hospital. He died a month later at the age of 99.

Up until her death, the Queen’s dresser, Angela Kelly, recently revealed that her new puppies proved a “constant joy” for the monarch and “always brought a smile to everyone’s faces.”


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