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Queen Elizabeth’s corgis take a walk on the day of her funeral

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Queen Elizabeth II will be remembered for countless things, including her historic 70-year reign, her sons and daughters, her infectious smile, her colorful outfits, her timeless jewelry collection, and her beloved corgis.

corgi queens muick and sandy walk inside windsor castle on september 19, 2022, prior to internment service for britain's queen elizabeth ii photo by glyn kirk pool afp photo by glyn kirkpool afp via getty images

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Today, the day of the late monarch’s state funeral, her dogs, Muick and Sandy, were walked by guards inside Windsor Castle. Prince Andrew was seen standing with them for a few minutes before heading to his mother’s toilet.

The funeral took place at Westminster Abbey in London at 11am UK time. Attendees included the entire royal family, as well as royals from other countries and world leaders.

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britain's prince andrew, the duke of york l meet queens corgis, muick and sand inside windsor castle on september 19, 2022, ahead of the internment service for britain's queen elizabeth ii photo by glyn kirk pool afp photo by glyn kirkpool afp via getty images

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BAZAAR.COM previously reported that it is Andrew and his ex-wife, Sarah, Duchess of York, who will now take care of the queen’s corgis after her death. The exes still live together at Royal Lodge in Windsor, Muick and Sandy’s new home.

A source close to the Duke of York said BAZAAR, “The corgis will once again live at Royal Lodge with The Duke and Duchess. It was the Duchess who found the puppies that the Duke presented to Her Majesty.”

The source added: “The Duchess joined Her Majesty for dog-walking and horse-riding and even after their divorce, she would continue her great friendship with Her Majesty by walking the dogs at Frogmore and chatting.

Prince Andrew and his daughters Princess Beatrice and Princess Eugenie gave away the monarch dogs Muick and Fergus in the spring of 2021, when Prince Philip was hospitalized. Fergus sadly died at two months old, after which Andrew presented his mother with another corgi, Sandy, on what would have been Philip’s 100th birthday.

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