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.
Prince Harry Paid Tribute To THE QUEEN In A Statement After Reuniting With Prince William For A Walkaround Outside Of Windsor Castle
Today, as the world’s most famous gran, THE QUEEN, is prepared to be laid to rest, her immediate family continue to be stiff weirdos about the whole thing so don’t expect any of them to make a scene (on purpose). All “scenes” have been carefully orchestrated and painstakingly choreographed from the costumes to the statements all the way down to the body language of THE QUEEN’s grandsons, the heir and the spare, Prince William and Prince Harry. Over the weekend, the two princes put the Spin in the Spin Doctors when they appeared side-by-side for the first time in public since Harry and his wife Meghan Markle stopped attending family functions due to security concerns, which is understandable if you are in the mafia, even a very genteel one.
In case you spent your day yesterday under a rock without any Wi-Fi or worms in sight (because even worms know this news), THE QUEEN died at 96 after a 70-year reign. That meant that the royal formerly known as Prince Charles became the second-most famous King Charles (after the King Charles Cavalier). And today, King Charles gave his first speech to the country, and sadly during his pre-recorded address, he didn’t announce that he’s giving up the throne and passing it to England’s Finest Rose Jodie Marsh! No, but Charles did mourn his mother and said that Prince William and Duchess Kate will now be the Prince and Princess of Wales.