The Queen had more than 30 corgis over her 70-year reign, but stopped breeding them years ago so they wouldn't outlive her


Queen Elizabeth II had dozens of royal corgis throughout her historic 70-year reign, which ended Thursday with her death at age 96. The Queen loved corgis since she was a young girl. In 1933, 7-year-old Elizabeth asked for a corgi after visiting friends who had one, the BBC reported. Her father, who would later be crowned King George VI, then brought home her first corgi puppy, named Dookie. But...

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