- Many bid farewell to the Queen today
- But not only the population paid their last respects
- Her two corgis were also part of the Queen's funeral
On September 19, the whole world bids farewell to the Queen for the last time. A large part of the population and the royal family attended the monarch's state funeral in London. But they weren't the only ones wanting to pay their respects to their queen.
The Queen's funeral: her corgis also said goodbye
Muick and Sandy, the Queen's last corgis, were also waiting patiently for their owner one last time. The two were taken to the courtyard of Windsor Castle for the procession of the coffin before the service at St George's Chapel.
Muick and Sandy were the last of the Queen's Corgis, who long bred the dog breed herself. They will now, according to an insider, live with Prince Andrew and Sarah Ferguson at the Royal Lodge in Windsor.
Sarah Ferguson in particular shared the Queen's passion for breeding dogs, as an insider revealed, according to Express: "The Duchess bonded with Her Majesty over dog walking and riding horses and even after her divorce, she would continue her great friendship with Her Majesty, by walking the dogs in Frogmore and chatting."
And the Queen's favorite horse, which bears the name Emma, was waiting for her owner's coffin - how touching.