Queen Elizabeth is famous for her love of the breed. She received her first Corgi as an 18th birthday present in 1944 and has owned more than 30 of the tiny pooches ever since.
Her last Corgi, Whisper, passed away in 2018 following a short illness. And after almost three years, it looks like Her Majesty is ready to welcome some new furballs into the royal life.
The pups will keep the Queen company
Reports suggest the dogs were gifted to the Queen to help keep her spirits up during lockdown. The pups will also provide some much-needed company while Prince Phillip continues his hospital treatment for heart complications.
The news is a bit of a surprise, even for royal insiders. Last year, royal biographer Penny Junor said the Queen had decided she would never get another Corgi. Junor claimed the Queen was concerned the ankle-sized dogs would be a trip hazard in her old age. She also worried about leaving them behind one day, wrote Junor.
A great royal tradition continues
But it seems like the pull of the pooch was just too strong to resist. And those close to the Queen are glad to see this royal tradition continue.
The palace has yet to release the names of the dogs or whether they're boys or girls.
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