No, Queen Elizabeth II isn’t going to be buried with her corgis – her beloved dogs really will

Queen Elizabeth II’s death will make headlines in the coming weeks – but some of them will contain misinformation. Just hours after the monarch’s death, a headline meant as a joke claimed that the queen’s beloved corgis would be buried alive with her. This tweet received thousands of likes and retweets, causing confusion while losing the joke. The truth is – no, Queen Elizabeth II is not buried with her dogs.

Queen Elizabeth II photographed her corgis at Windsor Park in Windsor, England in 1960
Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II in 1960 | Anwar Hussein/Getty Images

Why was Queen Elizabeth so obsessed with corgis?

The late Queen was known for her obsession with corgis, and the dog breed became synonymous with the monarch during her seven decades on the throne. According to Vanity Fair, the dogs have been part of the royal family since the days of Queen Victoria. But Queen Elizabeth’s bond with the race was something special.

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Lindsay Lowe

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