Sugul… a photo of Queen Elizabeth II’s two beloved dogs waiting for the arrival of the deceased’s coffin went viral
TWO beloved corgi dogs of the late Queen Elizabeth II, Muick and Sandy were seen faithfully waiting for their master’s funeral procession held at Windsor Castle.
Through Huffpost’s Instagram social page, the two dogs look faithfully waiting for the presence of the group while looking happy.
“Queen Elizabeth II’s beloved corgi dog was seen awaiting the arrival of the coffin at Windsor Castle. The dogs named Muick and Sandy were given to the late king by his son, Prince Andrew,” he wrote.
Earlier, the vehicle carrying the deceased safely arrived at Windsor Castle at about 10.40pm (local time).
The vehicle set off from Wellington Arch for a two-hour journey after a ceremony attended by world leaders held at Westminster Abbey.
Meanwhile, in the comment section, many virtual citizens around the world expressed their sympathy at the fate that befell Muick and Sandy.
“Aww, what a pity. But happy to see the Royal citizens still taking care of them,” commented a citizen.
“Surely they miss their master. The Queen loves her dogs very much,” said a resident.
“I hope they had time to say goodbye to their master,” said another virtual citizen.
Queen Elizabeth II is safely buried in the King George VI Memorial Chapel which also houses her late husband, the Duke of Edinburgh, on September 20, 2022.
The late 96-year-old Queen was buried in the Royal Vault in St. George’s Chapel after the 10-day mourning period ended.
source – Gempak