THE QUEEN’S Corgis, Sandy And Muick, Were Brought Out To Watch Her Funeral Procession Arrive At Windsor Castle
Now that THE QUEEN’S farewell tour is over, body language experts and lip readers are probably soaking their overworked eyeballs in a Calgon bath right now after over a week of analyzing every teeny tiny move made by the Royal Family for any sign of drama. But before THE QUEEN arrived at her final resting place, King George VI memorial chapel, several of her beloved pets, including her last corgis, were brought out to say goodbye to her for one final time. And I don’t need to be a corgi body language expert to tell you that THE QUEEN’s last corgis, Sandy and Muick, were watching their human’s funeral procession while hoping that she’d jump out of her coffin, say, “PYSCH, I just wanted to fuck with Chuck,” before scooping them up and taking them far, far away from you know who.
As I mentioned in my post about one of the biggest spotlight stealers of THE QUEEN’s funeral, that coffin spider, guests included world leaders, dignitaries, and Sandra Oh. But I didn’t mention that all of THE QUEEN’s 8 grandchildren were there and a few of her great-grandchildren as well. Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s kids, 3-year-old Archie and 15-month-old Lillibet, weren’t there because they were all the way back home in Montecito, CA (Harry and Meghan happened to be in the UK for charity events when THE QUEEN died and they’ve been there ever since without their children). Two of Prince William and Princess Kate’s children, 9-year-old Prince George and 7-year-old Princess Charlotte, were at their great memaw’s funeral, but their little brother, 4-year-old Prince Louis, wasn’t. Some think that William and Kate didn’t bring Prince Louis because he’s too young for a long serious event, and they probably didn’t want him to become the comedic relief by putting on the kind of attention-stealing show he gave during THE QUEEN’S Platinum Jubilee celebrations a few months ago.
But if Prince Louis did make it to his great memaw’s funeral today and acted up, Princess Charlotte would’ve been there to check him. At today’s funeral, Charlotte let George know when they should bow. via People:
As the two oldest children of the newly appointed Prince and Princess of Wales waited for Queen Elizabeth’s coffin to go past them at Wellington Arch, Charlotte was seen letting Prince George, 9, know what to do when the moment came.
In a short video of the moment, 7-year-old Charlotte can be seen telling her older brother, “You need to bow.” As she gives the instruction, the second in line for the throne listened intently.
Forget that “line of succession” thing. Yank the crown off of King Charles and put it on Charlotte’s head. She’s ready!
And when THE QUEEN’S funeral procession made its way to Windsor Castle, her corgis, Sandy and Muick, and her pony, Emma, were brought out to pay tribute to her:
WATCH: Queen Elizabeth II's pony Emma, and her corgis Sandy and Muick, watched the funeral procession of the monarch pass by on Monday as she was brought to Windsor Castle to be laid to rest.
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Sadly, that sweet moment was ruined by noted smegma skidmark, Prince Andrew, who put his nasty paws onto the pooches he’s now in charge of taking care of.
Prince Andrew comforts corgis following Queen Elizabeth's funeral https://t.co/tDqlKFRfM3 pic.twitter.com/f4r0dtcKQh
— New York Post (@nypost) September 19, 2022
Poor Sandy and Muick. If they weren’t on those leashes, they would’ve definitely thrown themselves onto THE QUEEN’s coffin as it went by.
Here are some pics of the royals serving Dynasty funeral glamour today:
Pics: Getty, INSTARImages