Prince Andrew (62) and his ex-wife Sarah Ferguson (62) will take care of the Queen's corgis after the death of Queen Elizabeth II (1926-2022). A spokesman for the Duke of York said he and Sarah Ferguson are taking in four-legged friends named Muick and Sandy, according to The Guardian. The two dogs were given to the Queen by Andrew and his family.
Prince Andrew has resigned from public duties over his involvement in the Epstein scandal. According to the "Guardian", royal expert Ingrid Seward said over the weekend about the possible new dog owners: "It seems very logical that the corgis go to Andrew … Let's be honest, he has nothing else to do."
The Queen's great love for Corgis was well known. She is said to have once said that "my corgis are family". Over the course of her life, she has owned more than 30 of the dogs, mostly descended from her first corgi lady, Susan. The dog was a present for her 18th birthday.