From the Queen’s Dorgis to Prince Edward’s Tortoise, the Royal Family has a plethora of royal pets.
THE ROYAL FAMILY has a plethora of animals among its several families, and royal fans adore seeing photos of the royal pets.
In the minds of many Brits, the Queen’s dogs have become legendary, and her Corgis have accompanied her throughout her reign. However, the Royal Family has a variety of different pets, including some unusual animal choices.
Since she was a small child, the Queen has been inseparable from her pets.
Susan, her first corgi, was given to her as an 18th birthday present, and she cared after generations of Susan’s ancestors for decades.
Willow, Susan’s final corgi, died in 2018 and was Susan’s last corgi.
Whisper, the Queen’s penultimate purebred corgi, and Vulcan, a dorgi, succeeded Willow (dachshund-corgi mix).
Candy, a friendly-looking dorgi, is her only dog now.
Bluebell and Beth, two Jack Russell Terriers, are now owned by Prince Charles and Camilla.
They help Camilla with her royal duties on occasion, with Beth even unveiling a plaque at the Battersea Dogs and Cats Home.
Lupo, a beautiful English Cocker Spaniel, was given to Prince William and Kate Middleton in 2011.
Lupo had been a treasured member of the couple’s growing family for years, and he loved to play with George, Charlotte, and Louis.
Lupog died in November 2020, which saddened royal watchers.
However, the family brought a new puppy into their home a few months later.
The black cocker spaniel was born to Kate’s brother, James Middleton, who presented Lupo to the Cambridges in 2012.
Lupo’s nephew, the new puppy, is a descendant of the late Lupo.
For decades, Princess Anne has cared for English Bull Terriers.
This is the breed of choice for the royal who enjoys the outdoors and is known for being a “no-nonsense” royal.
A black Labrador and a Cocker Spaniel are presently owned by the Earl and Countess of Wessex.
Sophie has been spotted roaming about the grounds of Windsor Castle with two dogs and an interesting pet.
“We also have a tortoise—who effectively runs the house!” Edward commented in summer 2020.