On her 63rd birthday, Fergie shared a series of photos with the Queen’s pooches, which she inherited with Prince Andrew when the latter died.
Sixty-three years is something to celebrate. On the occasion of her birthday, this Saturday, October 15, Sarah Ferguson shared on Twitter a series of photographs with her new life companions: Elizabeth II’s corgis. In fact, the former wife of Prince Andrew, mother of Princesses Beatrice and Eugenie, inherited Sandy and Muick, the two dogs the Queen loved, after her death on September 8 at Balmoral.
As she lies on the grass, smiling, kissing and cuddling the two animals, the new mistress seems quite delighted with her new role. This message, which also tended to give news to royal fans of the two corgis, particularly affected internet users. “Oh thanks for sharing, I think about them often,” one commented. “So lovely to see the Queen’s dogs loved and happy,” wrote another.
In the video, Prince Andrew called the “old pervert” passage of Elizabeth II’s coffin in Edinburgh
On September 19, the day of the Queen’s official funeral, Sandy and Muick touched the public who patiently waited for their late monarch’s coffin at Windsor Castle (the Queen was buried in King George VI’s Chapel with her husband prince philipEditor’s note). A touching picture as the Queen bonded with her corgis.