Queen Elizabeth II, notable lover of Corgis, has supposedly adopted yet another furry friend to add to the royal brood. According to Town and Country, the queen has decided to keep the 9-year-old Corgi named Whisper after its owner, Sandringham gamekeeper Bill Fenwick, passed away earlier this year.
The current royal has had Corgis for her whole life. In fact, she's had more than 30 of them and even invented the Dorgi (Dachshund-and-Corgi mix) when she was young. She still has two Dorgis, Vulcan and Candy, currently and one Corgi, Willow. The queen had previously said she would not be breeding anymore Corgis, as she was getting on in years and didn't want to risk any of them injuring her or any of them being left without her in case she passed away. However, it seems she's fallen in love with Whisper and might be going against her previous statement.