Queen Elizabeth II, Britain’s longest-reigning monarch, passed away on September 8, 2022, at the age of 96. The whole world came together to mourn her loss. Her Majesty loved dogs and died with her beloved Corgis by her side.

According to Daily Mail UK, the Queen’s beloved pets, Muick and Sandy, were with her in the room on her deathbed. They captured people’s hearts with their touching presence at Windsor Castle on the Queen’s last journey on Monday.

The Queen adopted Muick as a pup, which was given to her by her son, Prince Andrew. She found the second corgi, Sandy, thanks to her granddaughter, Princess Beatrice. From all that we know, her Majesty was very close with her pets.

The Queen’s beloved corgis attended her funeral with Prince Andrew outside Windsor Castle in England on September 19. They waited for the vehicle carrying their late owner to arrive with their handlers.

A palace insider told the outlet that the Duke of York will take care of the Corgis from here on out. He was also seen patting the corgis when they came to his mother’s funeral service at Westminster Abbey. A lot of changes are expected to take place in UK following the Queen’s death. Stay tuned to Thirsty for further updates.

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Saksham Bartsch

Saksham is a sports enthusiast whose hobbies include playing basketball and honing his athletic skills. He enjoys reading Greek literature and working with videographers occasionally.

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