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Official corgi wrangler for the Queen

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Official corgi wranglers for the Queen. I need an official corgi wrangler

Princess Elizabeth, 1937

Princess Elizabeth, amazing photo and her beautiful smile, and the moment captured perfectly as the dog kisses her! so Love This Pic

These adorable Corgi planter pots are perfect for herbs, succulents, small flowers, and whatever else you can think of! Made of high quality resin they will last a long time and will not rust or weath

Mini Corgi Planter Pots

Fun Fact: The Corgi is a part of the royal family in England. Queen Elizabeth II has several Corgis and has held gatherings with other breed enthusiasts.

The Queen and her corgi - 1985

Ma'am's best friend: Queen most amused at meeting corgis on tour

Queen Elizabeth has owned more than 30 corgis during her reign, starting with Susan who was a present for her birthday in A good proportion of these have been direct descendants from Susan. Her Majesty currently has three corgis – Monty, Willow and Holly.

Corgi iPhone Case

Corgi iPhone Case

Show your love for the cutest dogs in the world with this adorable case! Did you know that Corgi in welsh means "dwarf dog" or that Queen Elizabeth II has owned

Queen Elizabeth and one of her Corgis taking a stroll on the beach.

Queen Elizabeth II walks with her corgi on the beach in Norfolk (Tim Graham/Getty Images). Have seen her myself walking on Holkham Beach with the dogs and detectives in tow.

Queen Elizabeth of course with my favourite corgies

HM The Queen Elizabeth II during HM The Queen Elizabeth II on Holiday in Balmoral Scotland - 1974 at Aberdeen, Scotland in Balmoral, Great Britain. (Photo by Anwar Hussein/WireImage)

7. They travel in style  It's common knowledge that the Queen's Corgis travel with her, and she couldn't resist bringing her first pup on her honeymoon in 1947!   Elizabeth's father, King George VI, first introduced Corgis to the Palace in 1933, and they've been a fixture ever since.   For her 18th birthday in 1944, Elizabeth was given Susan, her first Corgi. She is said to have hidden Susan in the open carriage she and Philip took from London to Hampshire after their wedding.

Queen Elizabeth and her corgis: 11 facts to know - HELLO! US