Gone, but never forgotten. As one year passed since the passing of the beloved Queen Elizabeth II, Agatha Crerer-Gilbert, organized an event in the most ingenious and adorable way to honor the Queen’s memory. The event involves allowing the public to trot out their four-legged corgi companions in full royal attire. Let’s dive in to know more about the fun-filled and adorable honor given to the Queen.
Corgis were a constant companion of the queen since she was a child. She owned around 30 Corgis during her lifetime. A report in USA Today states that generations of her dogs descended from Susan. Susan, a corgi that was given to the queen on her 18th birthday.
The public was deeply saddened as the corgi parade made it more reminiscent to them that their beloved queen was no longer with them. As her constant companions, the corgis are symbolic of the queen as she was a longstanding patron of the breed.