It is well known by all that the Queen Isabel has great affection for corgi breed dogs , which have accompanied her throughout her life. His passion for this peculiar breed arose at the age of 18, after his father, King George VI, gave him his first corgi. Since then, these cute little animals from Great Britain have become their inseparable companions. Inspired by the monarch’s great love for her pets, the Royal Collection Shop announced the launch of a special summer collection for pets.
The line for the furry ones of the house was announced through a statement on the website of the official store with the following message. “We have lovingly created great gift ideas for our furry friends; from gold clay dog bowls and charming dog bandanas, to engraved leather leashes and collars, and tartan accessories inspired by the Hunting Stewart Tartan, which is the clothing worn at the Palace of Holyroodhouse. Our selection of treats is sure to delight our canine companions around the world. ”
The collection includes coats in shades of pinkish gray for £ 29.95 ($ 46.25), bows £ 12.95 ($ 12.89), bandanas £ 10.95 ($ 17.89), bone toys £ 19.95 ($ 27.53), mouse toys £ 14.95 ( $ 20.65), blankets, bags, doggy treats and much more. Products ship worldwide from £ 4.95 to £ 30.
The queen’s love for her puppies
Queen Elizabeth II has owned more than 30 corgis since she was crowned in 1952. She is so passionate about this breed and takes such great care of her pets that, in 1991, the monarch received three stitches after breaking into a fight between her eight corgis, in accordance with The Sun.
The most famous of his dogs, Monty, appeared at the opening ceremony of the 2012 Olympics in the clip he made alongside James Bond star Daniel Craig.