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Queen Elizabeth II with one of her corgis at Sandringham, 1970. Corgis can be vicious. Over the years, the queen's corgis have nipped the royal clockwinder, torn the seat out of an officer's trousers and even bitten her majesty. In 1989, one of the Queen Mother's corgis killed the Queen's dog, Chipper. (Hulton Archive/Getty Images)

Queen Elizabeth II with one of her corgis at Sandringham, 1970. Corgis can be vicious. Over the years, the queen's corgis have nipped the royal clockwinder, torn the seat out of an officer's trousers and even bitten her majesty. In 1989, one of the Queen Mother's corgis killed the Queen's dog, Chipper. (Hulton Archive/Getty Images)

The Queen's Corgi graveyard. Tiny headstones of Royal pets that spent years as 'loyal companions' pictured in quiet corner of Sandringham

The Queen's Corgi graveyard. Tiny headstones of Royal pets that spent years as 'loyal companions' pictured in quiet corner of Sandringham

The Queen, Duke of Edinburgh and their family, enjoying a stroll with their dogs in the grounds of Balmoral Castle, in 1979 #corgi

The Queen, Duke of Edinburgh and their family, enjoying a stroll with their dogs in the grounds of Balmoral Castle, in 1979 #corgi

The queen's corgis have travelled the world with her. Shown here is Elizabeth II with her two dogs on the runway of the London airport, May 20, 1969. (Gamma-Keystone/Getty Images)

The queen's corgis have travelled the world with her. Shown here is Elizabeth II with her two dogs on the runway of the London airport, May 20, 1969. (Gamma-Keystone/Getty Images)

My corgis and I ... royal puppies are delivered to Heathrow Airport to accompany the Queen to Balmoral.

My corgis and I ... royal puppies are delivered to Heathrow Airport to accompany the Queen to Balmoral.

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