The Queen was married to Prince Philip for 73 years before he passed away at Windsor Castle last Friday morning. The palace didn't announce how he died, although the Duke of Edinburgh had spent much of the previous few months in hospital.
The Royal Family has gathered for the funeral and is showing its love and support for the Queen. And according to royal insiders, there's a special pair of furry new arrivals who've rarely left the Queen's side since the tragic news.
The furry new arrivals
Their names are Fergus and Muick! The cute Corgis joined the royal household during lockdown to keep the Queen company while Prince Phillip was in the hospital.
Fergus gets his name from Fergus Bowes-Lyon, the Queen's uncle who died during the First World War. Muick is named after a large lake on the Queen's Balmoral estate.
Some were surprised when the Queen decided to adopt two more of her favourite breed. She promised never to get another dog after her beloved Corgis Candy and Vulcan died last year. The Queen said she was getting too old to take care of new dogs and thought they could be a trip hazard.
The Queen fell in love with Fergus and Muick!
But the Queen instantly took to Fergus and Muick when they were given to her as a gift during lockdown. And fans of the royal family are happy to see Corgis back in the palace.
It's good to know that the Queen is such good paws during this challenging time.