Queen Elizabeth ll arrives at Aberdeen Airport with her corgis to start her holidays in Balmoral, Scotland in 1974.
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Queen Elizabeth II meets players and officials from the New Zealand Rugby League Team, the All Golds, inside the Bow Room at Buckingham Palace on October 16, 2007 in London, England.
A balloon of a Corgi dog is seen as people gather near Windsor Castle on April 21, 2006 in Windsor, England. HRH Queen Elizabeth II will take part in her traditional walk in the town later today to celebrate her 80th Birthday. In the...More
Joined By One Of Her Pet Dorgis The Queen Poses With The England Rugby Squad At Buckingham Palace To Celebrate The Rugby World Cup Win. Front Row (l-r): Matt Dawson, Paul Grayson, Dorian West, Lawrence Dallaglio, Martin Johnson, Her...More
Paul Burrell, A Member Of The Queens Staff, Carrying One Of The Queen's Corgis Off The Royal Flight Aircraft Returning From Balmoral After The Summer Holidays.
The Queen Mother (1900 - 2002) celebrates her 83rd birthday in London, 4th August 1983. She is accompanied by the Queen, Princess Margaret, Prince Charles and Diana, Princess of Wales.
The Queen Mother, Smiling, With Her Daughter, Queen Elizabeth Ll, Outside Clarence House With Her Pet Corgi On Her 83rd Birthday. The Queen Mother Is Wearing A Blue Patterned Chiffon Dress And Blue Hat.
The Queen's Corgis And Long-haired Dachshunds Pet Dogs Arriving At Aberdeen Airport Being Led By Members Of Staff To A Waiting Land Rover Car. Each Dog Has A Collar With A Metal Name Tag And Is Microchipped In Case Of Loss.circa 1980s
Among The Corgis' Graves In The Grounds Of Sandringham In Norfolk Is The Grave Of Heather, One Of The Queen's Favourite Dogs.circa 1980s