Queen Elizabeth has a new puppy!
The Queen was gifted a 6-week old corgi puppy from her son Prince Andrew and his daughters Princess Beatrice and Princess Eugenie.
It has been reported that the gift was given to her on what would have been her late husband Prince Philip’s 100th birthday.
This comes exactly a month after the death of Fergus, who is one of the two new puppies given to her whilst her husband was in hospital earlier this year.
Fergus who was a dorgi, as he is a mixed of corgi with dachshund was named after the Queen’s late uncle Fergus Bowes-Lyon who died during World War I in 1915.
The other dog named Muick was named after her favourite spot near Balmoral Castle.
Now Muick and the new puppy joined the Queen’s dog Candy and they were seen taken on walks on the ground of Windsor Castle during the pandemic and also taken for strolls around Frogmore House in Windsor Castle after her husband’s funeral in April.
The Queen has owned corgis all her adult life but unfortunately was down to her last one following the passing away of her dorgi, Vulcan late last year.
Those around thought that she didn’t want any other dogs – in part because it risked her tripping over one of the pets and also because she didn’t want to leave any young dogs left behind.