After another beloved family member passes away, Queen Elizabeth is in mourning once more.
In the year 2021, Queen Elizabeth has been through a lot. In February, her late husband, Prince Philip, was admitted to hospital and underwent a heart operation. Philip died on April 9th, at the age of 99.
The queen, who spent several days grieving Philip’s death, is now coping with another difficult loss.
The youngest dog of Queen Elizabeth II recently passed away.
According to The Independent, the queen’s dog, which she has only had for a few months, has died. While Philip was in the hospital, the five-month-old puppy was sent to Queen Elizabeth. The pup was supposed to keep the queen occupied and give her a reason to smile during her tough period.
During Prince Philip’s winter hospitalization, Fergus, a dachshund and Welsh corgi mix, was given to the queen by her son, Prince Andrew. The puppy, on the other hand, became ill soon after the queen took him in.
According to the Independent, a source close to the queen said she is “devastated” by the defeat. The puppies were brought in to cheer her up during a particularly trying time, according to the source. “Everyone is angry that this happened too soon after her husband died.”
This is the queen’s second painful loss this year, following the death of her 70-year-old husband in April.
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30 dogs have belonged to Queen Elizabeth.
For nearly 70 years, the queen has ruled. And during that time, she’s always had several dogs. Today reports that Queen Elizabeth has had as many as 30 dogs — all corgis or part corgi — in her lifetime. She typically has more than one at a time; the queen added two new dogs just this year. Sadly, Fergus was one of her newest pups and was still a puppy himself… This story is a short summary. Hope you enjoyed.