Queen Elizabeth “missed” her corgi.

The late monarch – who died aged 96 on September 8 after a record 70-year reign – bred 10 generations of the dog breed from being given a Pembroke corgi called Susan at the age of 18 and now former trainer Dr Roger Mugford explained that the couple , the survivors, named Sandy and Muick, will learn of her death when she goes into full-time custody of her second son.

He said: “Dogs are very sensitive to changes in their owners. I’m sure they knew Her Majesty was in decline and they’ll miss her. I doubt there will be any major changes in mounts because they’re so used to being looked after other family members and, of course, Prince Andrei, who was present at the death and now takes care of them.”

Roger went on to add that it was “so wonderful” that Sandy and Muick, who were waiting outside Windsor Castle on the day of the Queen’s funeral when the procession took place, were with Her late Majesty in the last few years of her life and thought she would have found them “great consolation”.

He told ETOnline: “It was so wonderful to have her two little corgis and other dogs by her side in her last couple of years, as there’s no doubt that we all are at any point in our lives, but especially when our lives feel like they’re in decline and stress…to be able to reach out and pet and be the lovable non-judgmental supporter that a dog is is a great comfort.”


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