To the quiet delight of the waiting crowd, two of the late Queen's beloved corgi dogs were invited to attend the procession for the Queen's committal service at Windsor Castle today.
Spotted outside St. George's Chapel in Windsor, corgis Sandy and Muick were sat on their leads, awaiting the arrival of their late owner's coffin, as it made its way from Wellington gate to Windsor castle.
The Queen’s corgis, Muick and Sandy, sit in the forecourt of Windsor Castle to greet Her Majesty. pic.twitter.com/H02sPv17mY
— Royal Central (@RoyalCentral) September 19, 2022
Sandy and Muick were gifted to the late monarch by her son Prince Andrew and the Duke and Duchess of York have now taken over responsibility for the dogs, following the Queen's passing.
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