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What will happen to Queen Elizabeth II’s beloved pet dogs now?

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Queen Elizabeth II’s beloved animals now that she has died?Queen Elizabeth adored animals, especially horses, cows and, perhaps most of all, her corgis.The monarch, 96, died on Sept.

8, and senior members of the Royal Family rushed to Balmoral Castle in Scotland to be at her bedside. Queen Elizabeth II: The sweetest, funniest moments from her reign And while her life was chock-full of impressive achievements and interests over the course of her 70-year reign, perhaps none was more enduring or long-spanning as her love for animals.Over the course of her life, the queen owned more than 30 dogs — the majority of them being Pembroke Welsh Corgis.She was gifted her first corgi, Susan, on her 18th birthday.

Many of her subsequent dogs were descendants of Susan.The dogs, which look very similar to little bread loaves, were often spotted at the queen’s feet both inside her palatial homes as well as running around on the various royal estates.

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Sandringham Estate garden house put on Airbnb amid Queen’s health concerns
the passing of Queen Elizabeth II, the garden house on the Sandringham Estate has just been listed on Airbnb.Located in the Norfolk Coast Area of England, the country retreat has been traditionally used by the queen and the rest of the royal family during Christmas and the New Year.The castle is also where Queen Elizabeth gives her annual Christmas broadcast speech.According to the estate’s official website, the royal family has owned the property since 1862, when it was purchased as a gift for Prince Albert for his 21st birthday.It is also where the queen’s father, George VI, and grandfather, George V, both died.The garden house on the estate, listed by United Kingdom boutique holiday cottage agency Norfolk Hideaways, is comprised of four bedrooms and two bathrooms and was the former home of the queen’s head gardener.“This charming Norfolk hideaway, owned by HM The Queen, nestled within the heart of her much-loved Sandringham Estate country retreat and the closest estate property to Sandringham House itself, is all about an appreciation of the great outdoors and the beautiful gardens it sits within,” the Airbnb listing states. Built with brick, the house offers accommodation for up to eight guests over two floors.“Guests are able to enjoy a stroll around the Country Park, with over 200 hectares (494 acres) to enjoy in all,” the listing adds.And, of course, as a nod to the queen’s love of dogs, the listing notes: “furry friends welcome.”But to book a stay here, you must act fast.