Saturday, August 27, 2011

The Queen and her Corgis

FILE PHOTO: Queen Elizabeth II, with her retinue of corgis, meets the New Zealand All Blacks rugby team at Buckingham Palace, 05 November 2002. Getty Images The Queen currently owns four corgis, named Linnet, Monty, Willow and Holly, and three dorgis – corgi-dachshund crossbreeds – called Cider, Candy and Vulcan. When she has time, she likes to serve up the dogs’ main meal herself at around 5pm.‘For years she has always demanded that all food for corgis is 100 per cent fresh, and when she found out that cooks had not been following her instructions she let her feelings be known. Read more:

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