Queen Elizabeth II’s casket completed a slow procession through central London and was taken in a hearse to her final resting place in Windsor Castle.
The Queen had a deep love for corgis and owned more than 30 in her lifetime, with two on the steps of Windsor Castle before her final farewell.
Sandy and Muick were standing to the right of the arch as the funeral procession entered the Quadrangle, a private part of the palace.
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Muick was gifted to the Queen by Prince Andrew during the lockdown in 2021 and is named after Loch Muick on the Balmoral estate.
Sandy was also a present the Queen received for her 95th birthday from Princesses Beatrice and Eugenie.
They will now be cared for by the Queen’s son, Prince Andrew.
The dogs were not the only animals brought to pay tribute to the queen.
Her Majesty Emma’s horse was brought out to be in the spotlight outside Windsor Castle.
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The Queen will be buried with her husband, Prince Philip, at a private family service.