Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II! Corgis! James Bond! Olympics!


Must love the Olympics! In her first major acting role, the Queen was off on a “secret” mission whisked off on a helicopter from Buckingham Palace with the one and only 007 Bond, played by Daniel Craig, and jumped out to land at the Olympic Park in time for the opening ceremony! The only thing we must admit –  is she should of brought along her most adorable corgis Monty, Willow and Holly!


Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II with two of her royal Welsh Corgis.

The Queen of England is famous for her love of dogs, and is often filmed walking outside with her dogs at various castles. She has six dogs, three Corgis named; Monty, Willow and Holly, and three Dorgis named; Cider, Candy and Vulcan.

Prince William spoke about his beloved grandmother’s busy schedule and love of animals; “I don’t know how she copes with it, but her private life with her dogs and her riding and her walking, it’s very important to her,” and added her dogs bark “all the time.”

Those Royals certainly know how to have a good time and put on quite the show! And if Animal Fair Media’s Wendy Diamond joins the Olympics, she’ll know exactly what to do get a laugh from The Queen – she’ll as her to “Roll over”.  Funny enough Wendy holds a Guinness World Record for the Longest Curtsey Relay and Mother is also from England!


A young Elizabeth shows her early love of Corgies, here holding her pet, Dookie.

Congratulations and best wishes to Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II , the Olympic Committee and all of the amazing athletes representing their countries! Cheerio and ta-ta for now – getting a sudden craving for Fish & Chips (OOPS and vinegar)!

Please remember to Adopt!  Believe it or not there are hundreds of Corgis looking for a home – and doesn’t have to be a Palace! If you are looking for a Pembroke , Cardigan Welsh Corgis or are open to mixes of Corgis – click here!

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