Worries again: Queen can no longer walk her dogs

Concerns about the Queen (95) are increasing. Most recently, the British monarch unexpectedly canceled her visit to the important Commonwealth Day service in Westminster Abbey. However, this is not due to their health, but rather a question of convenience. Now, however, new worrying details have become known: The Queen hasn’t been able to walk her beloved corgis for six months.

Her dogs have always played an important role in the Queen’s life, she has owned more than 30 animals of the breed in her life. Now she knows how Daily Mail reported, but because of their frailty no longer carry them out themselves. “She’s not doing well enough”, an insider explained to the newspaper. Normally, the Queen’s dogs would be a great support in times of crisis and stress. “She took them out almost every day after Prince Philip passed away last year,” the source continued. They are an enormous source of comfort: “That’s why it’s really a shame.”

This information will probably not help to calm Royal fans, because in recent weeks they have repeatedly been alarmed about the Queen’s state of health. At the end of last year, she had already canceled many of her appointments and even had to spend a night in the hospital. After that, the doctors of the 95-year-old recommended that they step down.

The Queen with four dogs in 1969
The Queen in Canada in October 2002
Queen Elizabeth II at Windsor Castle in February 2022