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In the royalty British, dogs have always had a great role. It is known of the love that the queen Elizabeth II of the United Kingdom he feels for his corgis, whom he cares for and loves very much. It is common, at palace receptions, to see them running through the corridors, even sneaking into official photographs and one of the sovereign’s concerns is to know what will happen to them when she dies.

The Prince William and Catherine of Cambridge they are not far behind. A few months ago they shared with their followers the pain of Lupo’s death, your pet. A black cocker spaniel that they adopted in 2011 to make the Duke of Cambridge’s absences more bearable when they were longer due to his work as an emergency helicopter pilot.

Elizabeth II of the United Kingdom with her dorgi named Candy as she reviews a display of her Golden and Platinum Jubilee memorabilia at Windsor Castle on February 4.  (Photo: AFP)
Elizabeth II of the United Kingdom with her dorgi named Candy as she reviews a display of her Golden and Platinum Jubilee memorabilia at Windsor Castle on February 4. (Photo: AFP)

Before Lupo’s death, the couple who recently moved to Windsor had already welcomed a new puppy; James, Catalina’s brother, gave them Orla, who is Lupo’s niece.

Camilla from Cornwall and Charles from Wales are also animal lovers. They have two dogs: Bluebell and Beth. On the other hand, before marrying Prince Harry, Meghan of Sussex had two dogs: guya beagle who still lives with her, and Bogart, a mestizo whom he had to leave behind in Canada when he moved to the United States because he was too old to travel. Some time later, the family decided to add a new member: a black Labrador named Pula.

Susan, Elizabeth II’s first corgi

When Elizabeth turned 18, she welcomed her first corgi of her own. It was about Susan and from her was born the great family of corgis that accompanied the queen for 70 years.

The love he felt for his pet was such that he even took it as a company during his honeymoon with Philip of Edinburghas reported from The vanguard.

In the residence of Sandringham, his royal house of pleasure, is the memorial stone of Susanfor which the queen drew up a sketch, along with an inscription: “The faithful companion of the queen for 15 years”.

Susan had 14 generations of corgis and has a specially dedicated grave in Sandringham.  (Photo: Getty Images/Composition)
Susan had 14 generations of corgis and has a specially dedicated grave in Sandringham. (Photo: Getty Images/Composition)

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