US News Queen Elizabeth II. Mourns her dog Vulcan

15:10  04 december  2020
15:10  04 december  2020 Source:   bunte.de

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Queen Elizabeth Is Reportedly Mourning the Loss of Her Dog , Vulcan . The news of Vulcan 's death comes just days after the Cambridges said goodbye to "Very sadly last weekend our dear dog , Lupo, passed away. He has been at the heart of our family for the past nine years and we will miss him so

She decided to stop breeding dogs in 2018 as she did not want to leave any behind when she dies. News of Vulcan ’s death of “old age” comes only days after Prince William and Kate lost their nine-year-old dog Lupo. It is not believed the two dog deaths are connected.

Queen Elizabeth II. (94) mourns her Dorgi (Dachshund-Corgi mix) Vulcan, who, as it became known, died a few weeks ago at Windsor Castle. It is not known what the dog died of, reports on such as "Daily Mail", citing an unnamed source. Nor is his age. It is known, however, that the British Queen had Vulcan since 2007, so he was at least 13 years old. After the loss, the monarch is only left with Dorgi Candy.

Queen Elizabeth II. trauert um einen ihrer beiden letzten Hunde. © imago images / i Images Queen Elizabeth II mourns one of her last two dogs.

Dorgi - a royal breed

When a corgi from Elizabeth II mated with the dachshund Pipkin from her sister, Princess Margaret (1930-2002), the dorgis were born. In the years that followed, the sisters bred more of these hybrids, including cider, berry, Vulcan, and candy, which belonged to the queen, and rum, which belonged to Margaret.

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Amid reports that Queen Elizabeth II ’s last beloved dog , Willow, has Queen Elizabeth has also had other dogs over the years, including hunting dogs like the ones bred In a photograph taken by Annie Leibovitz, Holly sits next to queen in Windsor Castle while Willow, Vulcan and Candy roam at her feet.

Reports from the palace say Britain’s Queen Elizabeth II is absolutely gutted by the loss of her A Buckingham Palace source told the Daily Mail: “She has mourned every one of her corgis over the For company, Elizabeth still has her dogs Vulcan and Candy, both “dorgis,” a corgi-dachshund mix.

Last Corgi died in 2018

Queen Elizabeth's last remaining purebred corgi, Willow, was euthanized after suffering from cancer in 2018. For the first time since the end of World War II, the monarch did not have any of her beloved corgis. According to the British tabloid, Willow was the 14th generation to descend from Susan, a corgi given to the then Princess Elizabeth on her 18th birthday on April 21, 1944. During her reign, she owned more than 30 corgis.

No family celebration at Christmas

The loss of Vulcan is likely to add to the feeling of what may be the loneliest Christmas of the Queen to date. Because as was announced this week, the monarch and her husband, Prince Philip (99), will forego the family celebration and instead spend the days "quietly" at Windsor Castle. They had withdrawn to the property in the small town west of London because of the corona pandemic.

The nine-year-old dog Lupo of Queen's grandson Prince William (38) and Duchess Kate (38) died in mid-November, as the couple announced on Instagram .

Queen Elizabeth II: Royal faux pas on her Twitter account .
Human errors also occur in royal offices. This is what happened on Thursday, when suddenly was posted on the official Twitter account of Queen Elizabeth II. and her family a simple and uncommented "Thanks" (in German "Thank you"). After the tweet was liked more than 1,000 times and shared more than 500 times, it suddenly disappeared after six minutes. Apparently a wrongly posted post. © Shaun Jeffers / Shutterstock.com Queen Elizabeth II has not yet commented on the Twitter faux pas.

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