Lth last corgi in his possession had died in 2018.
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Her husband is in the hospital, the tea towel is burning with her grandson Harry, but Queen Elizabeth II is not at bay either. She finds solace with two new corgis, her favorite breed of small dogs for over 75 years, the tabloid reported on Friday March 5. The Sun. According to the newspaper, these low-legged companions have shared for several weeks the daily life of the 94-year-old sovereign at Windsor Castle, west London, where she isolated herself almost a year ago due to the pandemic. of Covid-19.
Queen Elizabeth II has bred several generations of corgis since Susan, whom she received as a gift for her 18th birthday in 1944. Several of them have been immortalized alongside the sovereign, in official photos or paintings. But the last corgi in his possession died in 2018.
“The queen is delighted”, told the Sun an unidentified source within the palace. “They both are said to bring a lot of noise and energy into the castle while Philip is in the hospital,” according to the same source. Her husband, Prince Philip, 99, has been hospitalized since February 16 in London for an infection. He went through “with success” this week an intervention for a pre-existing heart problem.