Queen Elizabeth II’s love of corgis extends to her garden


We all know Queen Elizabeth II loves her corgis. Well, it turns out there’s an extra special one in her garden.

There are a few well-known facts about the British Royal Family. One of those that relate to dogs is that Queen Elizabeth II loves her corgis. And it turns out that it’s not just about real corgis, either.

No, don’t worry, it’s nothing that will scare away the kids. The queen has an extra special ornament that’s corgi shaped in the Royal Gardens and it’s absolutely adorable.

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According to House Beautiful, Instagrammer and blogger Laura-Ann was invited to Buckingham Palace, where she got the chance to look around in the gardens. She, of course, shared her whole experience with her fans on social media through her Instagram Story, which is where the corgi decoration showed up.

What we don’t know is which of the Queen’s corgis this one is supposed to be — or if it’s even meant to be one. Could it be a commemorative ornament for one of her past corgis? Maybe it’s just to see one of her beloved dogs in the gardens when she enjoys some time outside.

It’s highly possible that this is in memory of Susan, Queen Elizabeth’s first ever corgi. She was gifted Susan at the age of 18 and had kept that line going throughout her years, until the last, Willow, died in April 2018 at the age of 14. In October 2018, the queen lost her last ever corgi — Whisper, who was taken in by the queen after the original owner passed away, died at the age of 12. Queen Elizabeth had chosen to stop breeding from her original line, with Town & Country sharing that she feared she’d fall over the pups in her own old age.

Whoever it’s meant to be, it’s just downright adorable. There are so many clear features, including the nose and claws. This is clearly something that means the world to the British monarch and Head of the Commonwealth.

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