The Queen receives a new Corgi pup after the devastating loss of puppy Fergus

royals 15/06/2021

Her Majesty has welcomed a furry new addition to Windsor!

The monarch was gifted a six week old Corgi puppy from her son Prince Andrew, and his daughters Princess Beatrice and Princess Eugenie.

She was reportedly given the pet on what would have been her late husband Prince Philip's 100th birthday and the new dog fills another hole in her heart from the sudden and tragic loss of her other Corgi puppy - Fergus.

Fergus was given to the Queen as one of two pups, and was a gift to help her through the mourning of her husband. Fergus was thought to have been a dorgi (a corgi crossed with a dachshund), and was named after the Queen's late uncle Fergus Bowes-Lyon, who died during World War I in 1915. The other dog is named was Muick after a favorite spot near Balmoral Castle.

Enjoy quality time with your new puppy, Queen!