December 7, 2012

The Queen's Corgi graveyard

Tiny headstones of Royal pets that spent years as ''loyal companions' pictured in quiet corner of Sandringham

The Queen is known to be inseparable from her beloved Corgis.  Now poignant pictures have emerged of the graves of royal pets from throughout the generations.  The little-known plot is hidden away in a quiet corner of the 20,000-acre Sandringham estate in Norfolk.

It was created by Queen Victoria after the death of her Collie, Noble, in 1887, and revived in 1959 when Elizabeth II wanted somewhere to bury her first Corgi, Susan.

 Pet+Cemetery@Sandringham


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Posted by Jill Fallon at December 7, 2012 1:33 PM | Permalink