Sarah Ferguson gives update on Queen Elizabeth's corgis

Sarah Ferguson gives update on Queen Elizabeth's corgis

How are the corgis doing?

Sarah Ferguson
Instagram/ Sarah Ferguson

The longest-serving monarch in British history, Queen Elizabeth II, died at age 96 at Balmoral, her Scottish Highland retreat, on September 8 after a year of declining health.

READ: Vogue magazine dedicates cover to late Queen

According to Queen Elizabeth's death certificate, which was published by the National Records of Scotland, she died of old age. 

She was buried alongside her father King George VI, her mother Queen Elizabeth, and sister Princess Margaret, reuniting in death the family who once called themselves "us four".

READ: Queen Margrethe strips grandchildren of royal titles

After her death, it was announced that the Duchess of York, Sarah Ferguson, also known as 'Fergie', would take care of the Queen's beloved corgis. 

Fergie shared photos of herself with Sandy and Muick on Instagram with the caption: "The presents that keep giving."

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