A NEW Corgi puppy has helped put a smile on the Queen’s face again.
The pet was given to Her Majesty, 95, to celebrate her official birthday yesterday.
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A new Corgi puppy has put a smile on the Queen’s face againPhoto credit: Getty
Prince Andrew gave the Queen a new Corgi puppyPhoto credit: Ketts News
Prince Andrew and his daughters Beatrice and Eugenie brought her the six-week-old male – whose name is not yet known.
The puppy was given to her on Thursday, Prince Philip’s 100th birthday.
And he cheered the Queen who lost her husband in April and then her beloved Dorgi Fergus last month.
Fergus – a cross between a corgi and a dachshund – died suddenly at the age of five months.
Andrew, 61, Beatrice, 32, and Eugenie, 31, bought Fergus and corgi puppy Muick for the queen while Philip was in the hospital.
The Queen’s new puppy was given to her for her 100th birthday by Prince PhilipPhoto credit: Getty
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Muick – named after a beauty spot in Balmoral, Scotland – is constantly at the Queen’s side with an older dog, Candy.
A Windsor Castle insider said last night: “The Queen has had a tough time and is very excited to have a new corgi.
“She was desperate when Fergus suddenly died, but this new dog will be the perfect company for Muick in the future.”
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