Dogs across Britain pay their respects during Queen Elizabeth’s funeral

by NewsTimeOffice



Queen Elizabeth’s favorite ponies and corgis appeared outside Windsor Castle yesterday to pay their respects on the day of her funeral.

But they weren’t the only four-legged royal fans paying tribute.

Her Majesty was honored by Poochs across Britain as she was buried in a state funeral.

Frank A Pomeranian, from Surrey, bid farewell to the King dressed as his beloved Paddington Bear.

Pooches from across Britain also decided to pay their respects to Her Majesty ahead of his committal service on Monday, including Frank A Pomeranian from Surrey, who bid farewell to the monarch dressed as his beloved Paddington Bear.

She looked adorable in a little red hat and a sweet blue jacket that resembled the famous bear.

A very distraught Labrador from Northumberland, howled his way through the entire funeral service.

Another adorable Labrador ‘sat at attention’ during the procession until the Queen’s coffin arrived at the Abbey.

Every time the bagpipes were played during the funeral three cute Dalmatians sang in Scotland.

A very distraught Labrador from Northumberland screamed his way through the entire funeral service.

Every time the bagpipes were played at a funeral three cute Dalmatians sang in Scotland.

Another adorable Labrador ‘sat at attention’ during the procession until the Queen’s coffin arrived at the Abbey

Archie, the collie from Wigan, became emotional as he watched the funeral with his owner

Another adorable miniature schnauzer, Ludo, from Kent, looked horrified yesterday as he watched the funeral service with his family Ben, Nicola, Isabella and Alexia.

Prince George, a sweet cocker spaniel, looked out his window at a flag at half-mast, mourning the Queen.

Dexter, from Falmouth Cornwall, looked incredibly sad as he cuddled up to his toy corgi to watch his majesty laid to rest.

While Archie, a collie from Wigan, became emotional while watching the service with his owner.

The Queen’s corgis Mike and Sandy, who were entrusted to the Duke of York, were seen on the steps of Windsor Castle by two aides after the Queen died on Thursday 8th.

The dogs were a gift to the Queen from Prince Andrew and his daughters Princess Beatrice, 34, and Princess Eugenie, 32, to help her cope with the death of Prince Philip last year.

The Queen’s corgis Mike and Sandy, who were entrusted to the Duke of York, were seen on the steps of Windsor Castle, flanked by two aides, after the Queen died on Thursday 8th.

The King’s last two corgis, walked on a leash by two royal aides, are seen resting peacefully next to Windsor Castle.

Prince Andrew was seen talking to aides and giving corgis a sympathetic pet as he took a breather before returning to yesterday’s solemn proceedings.

The King’s last two corgis, walked on a leash by two royal aides, are seen standing quietly near Windsor Castle.

Prince Andrew was seen talking to aides and giving corgis a sympathetic pet as he took a breather before returning to yesterday’s solemn proceedings.

It was confirmed by the BBC that Andrew and his ex-wife Sarah Ferguson will look after the corgis at Royal Lodge in Windsor, where they live together.

The Queen returned to Windsor yesterday – and reunited with her beloved husband Prince Philip for eternity.

Mourners were greeted with a carpet of flowers as they arrived at St George’s Chapel for the Queen’s committed service.

Thousands of people lined The Long Walk to applaud as the flower-covered hearse carrying the late sovereign’s coffin slowly processed towards her Berkshire castle, where she spent most of her final years before her death at Balmoral 11 days ago.

King Charles and Camilla, the Queen Consort, followed behind Queen Elizabeth’s coffin as it was carried into St George’s Chapel at Windsor Castle

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