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Queen Elizabeth's Lifelong Love of Corgis Will Never Be Forgotten

Her beloved dogs will continue to be loved and celebrated.

The passing of Queen Elizabeth II last week has left people across the world saddened, as many of us have lived our entire lives with her at the helm of the monarchy. Our hearts and thoughts are with her family and all of the people who adored her during this difficult time. Of course, we also can't forget about her beloved companions, her Corgis, along with her other two dogs, who are no doubt missing her just as much as everyone else.

ABC News shared a video on their TikTok account that shows a compilation of photos of Her Majesty with her precious Corgis over the years. As you'll see in the clip, her love for the breed began when she was a little girl. Believe it or not, many of the dogs she raised over the course of her lifetime were actually descendants of her first Corgi, Susan. The images featured in the video capture just how much she adored these dogs and how much they meant to her.

It's tough to watch that clip without getting choked up. The bond she shared with the pups is so apparent, and many people are wondering what will happen to them now that she's passed on. According to CNN, the two Corgis she leaves behind, Muick and Sandy, will live with the Duke and Duchess of York at their home, the Royal Lodge in Windsor. CNN also noted that whoever will care for the Queen's other two dogs, Candy, a Dorgi, and Lissy, a Cocker Spaniel, has yet to be revealed. No matter where they wind up going, we're sure they'll be placed in very caring hands.

Even though she's no longer with us, Her Majesty's adoration of and devotion to her dogs will never be forgotten. For anyone who believes in life after death, let's all take comfort in the idea of her being reunited with the many pups she raised and loved over her 96 years on this earth.

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