Queen Elizabeth II’s Corgis, Muick and Sandy, were spotted at Windsor Castle waiting for Her Majesty to arrive so they could say goodbye to their dearest friend and owner. On September 19, while the dogs watched a sad scene, the Queen’s casket came for the committal service at St. George’s chapel.
It was reported that since the Queen’s passing, Prince Andrew and Sarah Ferguson, Duchess of York, had been caring for the Corgis. Also assuring the grieving, Prince William said, « They are two extremely friendly Corgis, so they’ve found a lovely home. They’ll receive excellent care. Absolutely rottenly spoiled.