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Prince William Promises Queen's Corgis Are 'Poiled Rotten'

Prince William Promises Queen’s Corgis Are ‘Poiled Rotten’

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In good hands. prince william assured a child that Queen Elizabeth II’s dogs are being cared for after her death earlier this month aged 96.

The Prince of Wales, 40, and King Charles III he visited mourners who lined up to see the queen in London. Her coffin is on display in Westminster Hall for the public to pay their respects. People, including celebrities like david beckham — have waited many hours, some overnight, for their turn to enter the historic building.

At Lambeth Bridge, William stopped to talk to people of all ages, even crouching down to chat with little children in line. A woman who shook hands with the Duke of Cambridge asked him to do her a “favor” and give the puppies some love. William said that she would and assured her that the dogs were fine.

Prince William promises the queen's corgis are being 'spoiled and rotten'
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“I saw you the other day,” he told her during the brief interaction, which was captured and shared via sky news. “They are going to be well taken care of, they are two very friendly corgis and they have a good home.”

He continued: “They are being looked after very well, spoiled, I’m sure.”

Elizabeth had over 30 corgis in her life, and she had three at the time of her death, Muick, Candy, and Sandy.

Prince Andrew and daughters princess beatrice Y princess eugenie she then gave the matriarch another corgi pup, Sandy, on her official 95th birthday, after the pup Fergus died at 5 months old, leaving the queen devastated.

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The Duke of York and ex-wife Sarah Fergusonwho still live together, have taken over custody of the dogs.

The royal family has often joined the canines. Prince William told a mourner in Windsor on September 10 that he had been confiding in his furry friend as he mourned his beloved grandmother.

“Dogs are very important right now,” the prince explained as he petted Luna, an Italian greyhound from supporters. “I give my dogs a lot of pampering right now. I have a little spaniel named Oral. She is so sweet.

The royal family has often been waving to the general public amid the 12-day national mourning period, which will end with the queen’s funeral at Westminster Abbey on Monday 19 September.

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