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corgis Queen Elizabeth is tired, exhausted by the various tensions which shake its beautiful Buckingham Palace. Between the worrying state of her husband and the criticisms made by her grandson Prince Harry, nothing is going right. So to allay her fears, she made a big decision: the adoption of two furballs!
We cannot say that the current context in Buckingham is very lenient with Queen Elizabeth II. The last few weeks have indeed been very trying for the mother of Prince Charles, who saw first,. Operated on March 3 for heart disease, he then leaves his wife alone at Windsor Castle . Indeed, the latter is not authorized to see the Duke of Edinburgh. To this, we must add , who do not hesitate to openly criticize the British royal family . For Queen Elizabeth, this is too much!
Elizabeth II exhausted: the queen lives a "difficult" period between the Megxit and the hospitalization of prince Philip
© Starface Elizabeth II exhausted: the queen lives a "difficult" period between the Megxit and the hospitalization of prince Philip The last few weeks have been particularly trying for Queen Elizabeth II. Between the pangs of Megxit and the hospitalization of her husband Prince Philip, the monarch would be deeply affected, even exhausted and regularly on the verge of tears.
A great comfort!
So to appease her misfortunes, she took a big decision . According to The Sun, Prince William's grandmother received in gifts two puppies, to keep her company . And this is not just any breed, since the a queen is passionate about corgis, these very endearing little dogs. His highness would have owned more than thirty, throughout his life! According to the English tabloid, the two furballs would nevertheless be present only for a short time : "They have only been there for a few weeks, but they say they are adorable and have made the castle their home", confessed a source close to the royal family. If for the moment, no one knows the names that the queen will give them, one thing is certain, they will know how to bring affection to Queen Elizabeth II and calm her concerns about the state of her health. husband and behavior considered outrageous byOnce again, this situation proves that the dog is indeed man's (or queen's) best friend.
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© CHRIS JACKSON / AFP Queen Elizabeth II, July 17, at Windsor Castle. Correspondent in London The Palace has emerged from its silence. After the blast interviewing Harry and Meghan that rocked the walls of Buckingham and the entire kingdom, the queen spoke . No vengeful statement, it's not his style, but understanding, a gesture of reconciliation.