Queen Elizabeth, Prince William and Duchess Kate (née Middleton) may live in some luxurious castles in England, but inside, they share their homes with their sweet dogs. That’s right, the royal family members are the proud owners of some of the cutest pets.
Ever since the royal monarch was coronated as the Queen of England in 1953, she’s lived in Buckingham Palace with husband Prince Philip and their plethora of corgis. Her boy, Prince Charles, and his wife, Camilla, also share a tiny pup who the Duchess of Cornwall once stepped out with in 2017.
The queen’s grandson, William and his wife, Kate, introduced their beloved dog, Lupo, in 2012, following their nuptials the year earlier. Sadly, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge’s longtime pet died in November 2020.
“Very sadly last weekend our dear dog, Lupo, passed away,” William and Kate, who share children Prince George, Princess Charlotte and ……
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