Queen’s corgis no longer grieve monarch and are now really happy, says Fergie

Sarah Ferguson says the Queen’s corgis are “over their grief”.

The Duchess of York has been looking after pooches Sandy and Muick since the monarch’s death in September.

And Fergie, 63, reckons they have now finished mourning and are “really happy”.

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She told Radio 2’s Rylan Clark: “They’re great… and their tails have gone up now, so I think they are over their grief.”

Animal psychologist Dr Roger Mugford agreed, saying dogs get “over these things quickly”.

The psychologist then added: “They’ll be fine.”

Fergie says that the corgis “barked at nothing”. She believes it is because they sense Her Majesty’s spirit around them.

The Queen owned dozens of corgis during her reign.

Some appeared with her in a James Bond skit for the 2012 Olympics.

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Two of the late Queen’s corgis were by her side in her final hours, it has been revealed.

Beloved pets Muick and Sandy were 'with her in the room' as her life ebbed away on September 8 aged 96, Palace sources said.

Muick, named after Loch Muick on the Balmoral estate and pronounced 'Mick', was given to the Queen as a pup by Prince Andrew along with another named Fergus.

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