Queen Elizabeth II of Queens is mourning after one of her dogs, a Corgi-Dutch mixed, named Vulcan, who recently passed away.
Vulcan died at Windsor Castle in England at the age of 13 Daily Mail Tomorrow, December 3rd. The Queen has cared for Vulcan since at least 2007.
Although Vulcan was already in his late teens, the cause of death was unknown. Following the loss of Vulcan, the Queen is now the last dog, another Corgi-Dutchund mixture called Candy.
A source said, “His Mahima loves her dogs and it’s always a shock, especially now.”
The Queen has always been fond of dogs, especially Korgis. Her pets often asked her questions when she wandered around the castle and when she visited other estates.
She got her first cousin, Susan, when she was just 18 and kept dogs from Susan’s line for years. However, the last of Susan’s line, a corgi named Willow, died back in April 2018.
Vulcan and Candy come from a line of Corgi-Dutch mix. Crossbreeds were introduced to the royal family when Princess Margaret’s Duchess Pipkin reportedly matched up with one of the queen’s cousins.
In addition to Vulcan, fellow British princes Prince William and Duchess Catherine also lost their 9-year-old dog, Lupo, last month.
The tragic loss comes just days before Raja presents his traditional family Christmas due to the Covid-19 crisis. Instead of vacationing at her Sandringham estate in the East of England, she and her husband Prince Philip will be staying at Windsor Castle. Ryan Arcade /Out
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