If you think being a royal pooch means you dine like a royal, think again. It seems Her Majesty is particularly frugal when it comes to feeding her beloved corgis.
By, 6 Apr 2020
The Queen is well-known for her love of Corgis. The dogs have been by her side for decades since she was given Susan the Corgi for her 18th birthday.
But it seems that despite her devotion to the breed, Her Majesty prefers to feed her royal pups budget-friendly dog food. It has been revealed that the Queen shuns luxury dog food in favour of Tesco basics.
No posh nosh
While some posh nosh for dogs contains ingredients such as wild boar and root vegetable, the royal Corgis are fed a meal of value dog food that costs just 45p a tin.
But that's not the only surprising thing about doggy dinner time at Buckingham Palace.
Doggy dinner time
The Queen gets her corgis to sit in a semi-circle and then feeds them in order of seniority. The lower-ranked pups have to wait patiently for their turn to eat.
But while the pups may be fed basic food, they do enjoy the luxury life of a royal canine. They have their own room at the Palace and even sleep in wicker beds with sheets which are changed each day!