Following the death of Queen Elizabeth II in 2022, Prince Andrew and Sarah Ferguson took on the care of her remaining Corgis, Muick and Sandy. And on the first anniversary of her passing, Ferguson took the opportunity to share a lovely picture of herself with the two Corgis, paying tribute to the queen.
And now, a few days after sharing that picture, Sarah Ferguson is also sharing an adorable video featuring the two Corgis. In the video, Ferguson is walking one of the Corgis alongside her friend Cat Jurczenko and her retired Border Force dog Jessie.
The video is all about offering support to the National Foundation for Retired Service Animals, which is looking to raise funds as part of a bike challenge that Lady Bathurst is embarking upon. Considering the charity helps to support retired service animals and their families with any medical bills, in an effort to keep these animals with their families, we love the fact that Sarah Ferguson was shining a spotlight on the charity, especially as patron of the NFRSA.
And while we are absolutely here for the charity aspect of the video, we also love the fact that we are getting another adorable look at the Corgis that the queen left behind.
Sarah Ferguson shared a charity video that featured one of the queen’s Corgis
As Jurczenko and Ferguson walked and talked about both the charity and the fundraising effort that was taking place, we could see the adorable Corgi walking behind the pair through the grass. Of course, the pup was not alone on this walk, as Jessie was enjoying some play in the bushes and came back when called.
While Jessie was definitely enjoying the area and exploring all the greenery, the Corgi (we wish we knew whether this was Muick or Sandy) was all about that more sedate life. And we can’t blame them, as we can all appreciate a relaxing walk through the grass too.
You can check out the full video on Sarah Ferguson’s Instagram and learn more about the charity efforts.