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Queen has got ‘two new members’ of royal family says insider

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The Queen has broken her own rule of not breeding anymore corgis to adopt two new ones into the Royal Family, according to a commentator. The monarch, who is well-known for her love of the breed, reportedly acquired them as she dealt with the “testing time” as Prince Philip was treated in hospital for a month. The Duke of Edinburgh’s discharged has since come as good news, as well as the arrival of the dogs, Daily Mirror Royal Editor Russell Myers revealed to ITV.

He told Lorraine: “There are two new members of the Royal Family – the Queen has got two new corgis.

“I can reveal that one is named after Loch Muick.

“That’s the famous beauty spot by Balmoral Castle.

“The other one she has named Fergus.”

Mr Myers continued: “That’s after one of her uncles, who was a World War One hero.

“He sadly died in the war so this is a beautiful tribute.

“She had said that she wasn’t going to get anymore corgis.

“But it’s been a bit of a testing time.”

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The royal commentator added: “Philip’s been in hospital, she’s been on her own at Windsor Castle.

“So, unbelievably, she’s got on to a reputable dog breeder online and got two new puppies.

“Imagine getting that request online!”

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It was reported in 2015 that the Queen had stopped breeding corgis because she did not want to leave any behind after she died.

The Queen has owned more than 30 dogs of the breed during her reign.

Her last remaining one, Willow, died in 2018 after suffering from cancer.

It marked the first time the monarch had not owned a corgi since the end of the Second World War.

She still has two dogs, Vulcan and Candy, which are cross-breeds between a dachshund and a corgi.

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