The end of an age.
Queen Elizabeth II’s last royal corgi, Willow, has actually apparently died, el Daily Mailreports. The pet was obviously put to sleep on Sunday after a fight with cancer, and royal sources supposedly informed the Mail that the queen is taking it “exceptionally difficult.”
Willow is the last staying descendant of a long line of royal corgis reproduced from the Queen’s precious very first pet, Susan. After the queen took a preference to a corgi brought house by her daddy King George VI en 1933 , she was talented her own, hence starting a custom of royal corgis.
In the years because, corgis have actually ended up being associated with the queen. She was even photographed with her cherished canines — consisting of Willow — para Vanity Fair en 2016. (The puppy’s sitting bottom left, FYI.)
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Willow’s death marks completion of the line as, per The Telegraph, the queen has actually stopped reproducing her corgis. Fret not — the queen isn’t really absolutely without royal canine buddies. As the Daily Mailreports, she still has her “dorgis” Vulcan and Candy, both crosses in between a corgi and a dachshund.
In Willow’s memory, please enjoy this royal corgi tea ceremony we kept back when the queen took the title of longest-reigning emperor .
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