After the death of Elizabeth II, many Britons became concerned about the fate of her corgi dogs, which the queen was very fond of during her lifetime.
According to British media reports, Candy, Sandy, Mook and Lissy could have gone to one of several addresses where they were willing to be adopted.
But in the end, the royal corgi found a home in the home of Elizabeth II's son, Prince Andrew. In addition, to help take care of the animals will be his ex-wife Sarah Fergusson, who continues to live in Windsor.
This is not surprising, since it was the couple who once gave Her Majesty these fluffy animals, which were by the Queen's side until her last day.