It has been a year and three months plus since the passing of Queen Elizabeth II. And yet, she is never far from the thoughts of many fans of the royal family. However, if there is one thing many of us associated with the late queen, it would have to be her Corgis.
And at the time of her passing, the queen actually had two Corgis that had been gifted to her by her son, Prince Andrew, and her two granddaughters, Princess Beatrice and Princess Eugenie. So of course, when she passed away, Prince Andrew and Sarah Ferguson ended up taking custody of the Corgis, Muick and Sandy.
Since her death in September of 2022, Sarah Ferguson has actually done her part to keep fans engaged when it comes to the two Corgis. And not only has she shared videos of the pups, but she will often share updates about them as well on social media.
As we head into 2024, we were curious as to how the queen's Corgis were doing. But luckily for us, Sarah Ferguson had recently shared a post to Instagram featuring the two pups.
Queen Elizabeth II's Corgis are living their best lives with Sarah Ferguson and Prince Andrew
In the post, we not only get to see the two Corgis staring someone down off camera, but the caption itself simply reads, "Always begging for treats." And we really do love to see it, since it means that they are getting what they need in their new household.
Obviously, this is not the only post that indicates that the two Corgis are living their best life. In a post back in November of 2023, Sarah Ferguson shared a picture of herself with Muick and Sandy that really showed these pups looking both happy and healthy. And at the anniversary of the queen's passing, she also pointed out that the Corgis were "thriving."
We love getting the updates from Sarah Ferguson about the queen's Corgis and we can only hope that she continues to gift us with these posts throughout 2024 and beyond. Maybe we will even get some insight into the personalities that each of these pups has.