The Queen's beloved corgis say their last goodbye

The Queen's beloved corgis say their last goodbye

Queen Elizabeth II's beloved corgis were captured awaiting her arrival at Windsor Castle during her funeral. Watch here!

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Queen Elizabeth II was well known for her love of her four-legged friends.

On Monday, 19 September, the late Monarch's two corgi dogs, Muick and Sandy, were seen waiting at Windsor castle as the Queen's coffin was transported to St George's Chapel.

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The image captured of the two dogs sparked even more emotion during the already sad event. 

Throughout her life, her majesty's love for corgis was documented, and it became a specific trademark of the Queen. 

According to E! News, by the time the Queen passed away, she had owned 30 different pups.

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The two corgis will go on to live with the late monarch's son, Prince Andrew

It has not yet been confirmed where the Queen's other two dogs, a corgi named Candy and a cocker spaniel named Lissy, will live. 

On Tuesday, Breakfast with Martin Bester spoke to South African Paula Leahy, who now lives in London with her family. They attended the Queen's funeral and shared the beautiful moment with us!

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