Tuesday, September 27, 2022

The future of Elizabeth II’s corpse: which will remain with the Queen’s faithful companions for life

There are people who say that she was the hero she was. He was always shown by her side and even “blinked” in many of the actual photographs. These are chickens, the dogs that accompanied Elizabeth II throughout her long reign and were her weakness since she was younger. This Thursday, the dogs were left without an owner and many people wonder who will take care of them.

It all started when Isabel was just 7 years old and she fell in love dookie, his first Corgi. He had reassured his father. At the time, George, Duke of York, was also not heir to the Crown and the family lived a quiet and comfortable life in a house in central London.

The family already had several dogs, including a Labrador and a spaniel, but Isabel and the younger Margarita, her sister four years younger, He was a neighbor of the corgi. had taken a fancy for Which seemed more fun than their own dogs.

George could not refuse his daughters’ request and in 1933 he hired a breeder to take three puppies to his home at 145 Piccadilly in London to keep one. The day was marked by fire. Most of the more than 30 dogs owned during his lifetime were of the native Pembroke Welsh Corgi breed.




The first Corgi dog arrived in the family in 1933.

At present, it is not clear exactly how many dogs Isabel had, but recently at least four have appeared on the scene: two chickens, muik y sandy, un cocker spaniel, Lisie; You candyA dorgi (a hybrid of a sausage dog and a corgi whose origins are attributed to the queen).

Following Isabel’s passing last Thursday, the UK community of Corgi owners feel they are left without their animal’s great godmother.

Kay Hogg, Scotland’s secretary of the League of Welsh Corgis, was adamant. He said that with the emperor’s death, “a part of our world was lost.”

Isabelle moves in with one of her favorite animals.  Photo: AP


Isabelle moves in with one of her favorite animals. Photo: Associated Press
In an October 1969 photo, the Queen is shown with her corgis after a holiday at Balmoral Castle, where she died Thursday at the age of 96 (AFP)


In an October 1969 photo, the Queen is shown with her corgis after a holiday at Balmoral Castle, where she died Thursday at the age of 96 (AFP)

Speaking to local agency PA, Hogg recalled that “wherever the queen went, there were always corpses”, a breed she described as “little dogs with big personalities.”

Without their mistress, the most widespread hypothesis now among the experts in the House of Windsor is that the dogs would be cared for with their children. Prince Andrew -Third son and Isabel’s second son- as a prime candidate to inherit one of the dogs.

Carlos, the eldest son and current heir to his mother, recently became the owner of two Jack Terriers rescued from a shelter, along with his wife Camilla.

Elizabeth’s corpse

Queen Elizabeth poses with her favorite dogs on the cover of Vanity Fair magazine.


Queen Elizabeth poses with her favorite dogs on the cover of Vanity Fair magazine.

Elizabeth II’s devotion to animals may have had something to do with her shyness and introverted character, as recalled by her husband Felipe, a cousin of Pamela Hicks, who suggested that the monarch treated animals more than humans. Company preferred.

“The Queen is a very private person. She wants to be in a room with someone else. Dogs, horses, her husband… She has few friends, and if she has to choose between dogs, horses and friends, There’s no doubt who I’ll chooseHicks pointed.

Sources close to elaborate that Corgis was a fundamental pillar to go through the moments of anguish caused by the death of her husband as well as the situation in the world so complicated due to the crisis due to coronavirus.

Due to the rigid family rules of the past, Isabel had to wait until she was 18 to have her own corgi. Just that day, he gave Susan. Such was her fanaticism that she even took him on her honeymoon with Prince Philip in 1947. Many of the pets that would later accompany her were Susan’s descendants.

was one of them willowOne of the dogs that accompanied him during the opening ceremony of the London Olympics in 2012.

Queen Elizabeth took her beloved dog Susan on her honeymoon.


Queen Elizabeth took her beloved dog Susan on her honeymoon.

Even Lady Di—Carlos’s first wife—said that pets follow the queen everywhere. They took him to his private rooms in Windsor and he fed them, often with a fork and spoon brought on a tray by an attendant.

In addition, the dogs slept in a pet-only room located inside Buckingham Palace and under the supervision of two special caretakers.

Queen Elizabeth II and her big weakness: Corgi dogs.


Queen Elizabeth II and her big weakness: Corgi dogs.

The dogs enjoyed life like their dead mistress. The royal chefs carefully prepared their menu. Darren McGrady, a former chef who worked with Monarch for fifteen years, said one of his first jobs was to prepare food for corgis.

He said that the monarch pets are prepared day after day, with fresh food and meat bases cut into as small pieces as possible so that there are no bones for them.

With its prominence in the Taj, Corgis became a boom in the UK, And even more so when Netflix featured her alongside Elizabeth II in the successful series “The Crown,” which chronicles her reign.

Since the first season aired in 2017, Corgi puppy registrations have been on the rise, almost doubling between 2017 and 2020. kennel clubThe largest British organization dedicated to dog health, which in 2018 managed to remove them from the list of dog breeds in danger of extinction.

with information from agencies

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