Favorite Pets Of Queen Elizabeth: She Calls Them Her Moving Carpet And Takes To Official Meetings

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When you think that royals don’t have pets in their big houses, it’s definitely wrong. And British family is not an exception. Queen Elizabeth, for example, is just fond of corgis. At one period, their number equaled 30 pets. The Queen even took some of them to the 2012 Olympics ceremony. She adores walking them out and calls them her moving carpet.

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The Queen doesn’t hesitate to take them to her official meetings, and one of the dogs has been recently spotted during her meeting with Baroness Patricia Scotland, the Commonwealth Secretary-General. It was held in the Oak Room at Windsor Castle, and it was hard not to notice the furry friend – Whisper - next to the Queen.

Whenever she walks them out, she takes a magnet with her to gather pins and make sure the dogs are safe.

What is more, the lucky pets have the chef that cooks for them. And it’s no wonder they have their own room in the palace.

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In fact, the royal family has a long history with dogs. Queen Victoria, for example, was in love with her Cavalier King Charles Spaniel. Edward VII liked terriers. King George VI was into Labradors. All the rulers were so different, but the thing that united them was the love for their pets.

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