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Henry III, king of England
Henry's elephant was a present from Louis of France in 1255
and was kept in a specially designed elephant house.
His leopard and camel were gifts from Frederick II
of the Holy Roman Empire.
He also had a white bear .

Mary, Queen of Scots. was born in 1542
and was executed in 1587.
She developed a love of animals - especially dogs.
Mary's execution was a curious affair.
Underneath her skirt, a small dog, a Skye terrier, was seen.
Mary had brought her dog to her own execution.

  • Queen's corgis"are fed fillet steaks and chicken breast cooked by a chef and covered with gravy poured by the monarch herself."
    (dailymail.co)
  • Lovingly prepared meals are delivered by a footman at 5pm sharp
  • They do not eat until the Queen herself has given the royal command
  • The claims have been made in a new book about the Royals and their pets

  • Queen Elizabeth's Corgis - PHOTOS
    (abcnews.go)
  • THE TRUTH ABOUT THE QUEEN’S CORGIS
    "They are the Queen’s closest companions – so what’s it really like to be a regal pooch? Royal biographer Sally Bedell Smith reveals…"

    (lady.co)
    • James Bond and The Queen London 2012 Performance
      (YouTube)
      See the Queen's corgis: from 0:52
    • The Queen's Corgi graveyard:
      Tiny headstones of Royal pets that spent years as 'loyal companions' pictured in quiet corner of Sandringham.

      (dailymail.co)
      • Plot is burial place of Her Majesty's first Corgi, Susan, an 18th birthday present from her father
      • Susan's descendants, Labradors and Cocker Spaniels are also buried here
      • Graveyard was created by Queen Victoria for her Collie Noble in 1887


      Dash (spaniel)
      – a King Charles Spaniel owned by Queen Victoria
      .
      Victoria's biographer Elizabeth Longford. called him
      "the Queen's closest childhood companion".
      Dash died at the end of 1840, and was buried at Adelaide Cottage in Windsor Home Park. A marble effigy was erected over the grave, bearing the inscription:

      • The Royal Corgi Escape
        "Oh no! The Queen's corgis have escaped from Buckingham Palace and are hiding in a host of famous London landmarks. Hop behind the wheel of a black cab and race across London in this board game that makes trivia and strategy match wits with some curious corgis."
        (education)

    • How to draw… a corgi
      "To celebrate the Queen's official birthday, Steven Antony gives a lesson in drawing a very gorgeous corgi."

      (theguardian)
    • Queen and Corgi Maze
      "Can you help the Queen find her way to her favourite corgi, for this fun Hunt the Corgi maze?"
      (activityvillage.co.uk)