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Sarah Ferguson believes the Queens spirit is visiting her beloved corgis


Sarah Ferguson believes the Queens spirit is visiting her beloved corgis

Sarah Ferguson believes the Queens spirit is visiting her beloved corgis

Sarah Ferguson is convinced that the specter of Queen Elizabeth II is hovering over her beloved pet corgis.

Following the heartbreaking death of his 96-year-old Majesty in September, Her Royal Highness, the Duchess of York inherited two canine companions — Sandy and Muick. Currently living with Ferguson at Windsor’s Royal Lodge, these two pooches are added to her already five Norfolk Terriers.

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Since welcoming the canines into his home, Ferguson observes peculiar behavior at times; they bark relentlessly for seemingly no reason.

After much contemplation, the Duchess firmly believes that the queen’s spirit appears to her corgis, causing them to act disrespectfully.

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“They are national icons, so every time they run chasing a squirrel, I panic,” she joked about caring for the sweet pups.

“They’re total joys, and I always think that when they bark at nothing, and there’s no squirrels in sight, I believe it’s because the Queen is passing by.”

Despite the possibility of supernatural visitors, Sarah Ferguson–the ex-wife of Prince Andrew–raved about her home’s latest inhabitants. She was privileged to care for the animals and even dubbed them as “national treasures.” It is safe to say she felt highly honored by their arrival in her abode.

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According to OK!, Queen Elizabeth’s bond with her corgis Sandy and Muick was unbreakable. They were reported to be beside her when she passed, as well as seen by family members at Windsor Castle during the funeral service – a testament to their closeness.

Just a few months prior to the Queen’s passing, her eldest corgi, Candy, passed away. The royal was left with two other beloved Corgis in her lifetime.

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