The nation’s longest-reigning monarch was known for her love of corgis Muick and Sandy
Muick and Sandy
The Queen’s beloved corgis made a poignant appearance this afternoon as their owner was brought to her final resting place in Windsor after the state funeral. Muick and Sandy were led out to the quadrangle at Windsor Castle to wait as the procession with the late monarch’s coffin made its way to St George’s Chapel for the committal service.
The faithful corgis, one on a red lead and one on a blue lead, were accompanied by two pages in red tailcoats.
The Queen’s Fell Pony, Emma, also greeted the procession on the grass along the Long Walk where there were a sea of floral tributes.
The moving moments were a nod to the late monarch’s lifelong love of dogs and horses.