The Windsor estate is going to the dogs.
Queen Elizabeth II’s corgis, two of the four pooches she had when she died Thursday, will move into the Royal Lodge to live with her son, Prince Andrew, and his ex-wife, Sarah Ferguson, CNN reported Sunday.
The Duchess of York, who divorced Andrew in 1996, reportedly bonded with the late monarch “over a shared love of dog-walking and horse-riding.”
One of the Pembroke Welsh corgis, Muick, was gifted to the queen by Andrew in 2021 and the other, Sandy, was a present from Princesses Beatrice and Eugenie for her 95th birthday.
It’s unclear who will take her other two dogs, a mixed breed dorgi named Candy and a cocker spaniel named Lissy.
Muick and Sandy were the last in Elizabeth’s long line of corgis, the first gifted to her on her 18th birthday.
Prince Andrew stepped down from his royal duties in 2020 after being accused of sexual assault by Virginia Giuffre, who claimed she was trafficked to him by Jeffrey Epstein. The 62-year-old royal settled with Giuffre in February for an undisclosed amount.