Prince Andrew ex Fergie updates on Queen’s corgis now they’re living with them

An update on the late Queen's beloved corgis has been given by Prince Andrew's ex-wife Sarah Ferguson.

Fergie called it a "big honour" to have taken on the pets with her ex-husband Prince Andrew.

Queen Elizabeth II had two dogs, Muick and Sandy, at the time of her passing while many were concerned about the future of the two dogs following the death of the monarch.

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To the relief of many, a spokesperson for Prince Andrew confirmed that he and Sarah Ferguson would be taking in the dogs.

The Duchess of York has now revealed on how the dogs have settled without the Queen.

She called it a "big honour" to be taking on the dogs, which she described as "national treasure" and stated that they've been "taught well".

She said: "They all balance out, the carpet moves as I move but I’ve got used to it now."

Sandy and Muick now reside in the Royal Lodge in Windsor, the home the Prince and the Duchess share.

Angela Kelly, the Queen's dresser, has spoken about the happiness the Queen experienced having the dogs in her presence everyday during lockdown.

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Fergie expressed the pride she felt having her daughters Beatrice and Eugenie join their cousins in the vigil surrounding the Queen's coffin.

She said she had sent "positive thoughts" hoping that they wouldn't fall over and gave special praise to the youngest of the cousins Lady Louise Windsor, 18, and 14-year-old James, Viscount Severn as "incredible" in the midst of the biggest event this country has faced in over 70 years.

Fergie also mentioned that she had been "put in a nice seat" in Westminster Abbey and counted herself "lucky" to be present at the the Queen's funeral.


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