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The royal household’s furry mates are taking centre stage in an exhibition!

Francesca Shillcock

An exciting exhibition at Buckingham Palace will happen next yr. The palace will focus their annual summer exhibition on the love of animals and numerous pets who’ve been a part of the royal household through the years.

As reported within the Sunday Times, the exhibition will concentrate on The Queen and the remainder of the royal household’s devotion to canine and horses, which has stood the check of time. There will even be a concentrate on help for animal welfare, one thing the entire household stands behind.

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The Queen has all the time owned and liked canine

The Queen has famously all the time had canine, specifically corgis, up till very not too long ago. In April 2018, the Queen’s corgi Willow was sadly put down however the monarch nonetheless has two ‘dorgis’ (a cross between corgi and dachshund) referred to as Vulcan and Candy. But it is not simply the Queen who has been keen on animals and made them worthy members of the royal household.

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Prince George with the Cambridge’s cocker spaniel Lupo

This yr, the Duchess of Sussex turned a patron of animal welfare charity, Mayhew. On relocation to the UK in 2017, Meghan introduced alongside her beloved Beagle referred to as Guy with her, however sadly had to go away her different canine, Bogart behind as he was too outdated for the journey. In 2017, the Duchess of Cornwall turned a patron of Battersea Dogs & Cats residence, from the place she received her two Jack Russell canine referred to as Beth and Bluebell.

The Duchess of Sussex can also be keen on canine

The exhibition will show portraits and data on different pets that have been within the household over the centuries. Charles I’s spaniels will be displayed in portraits by Anthony Van Dyck, together with the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge‘s cocker spaniel, Lupo. Lesser identified pets of varied members of the royal household will even be displayed on the occasion, similar to King George V’s adopted pet parrot Charlotte and King Edward VII’s Norfolk terrier, Caesar.

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