The Buckingham Palace dogs’ life was a luxurious one. This is evidenced by the exciting stories of the former chef of Queen Elizabeth.
Britain’s Queen Elizabeth is known for her love of corgis. In fact, she has been breeding the dog breed for a long time. As of 2018, the Queen no longer has corgis. This is a conscious choice. She doesn’t want to leave the animals alone in case they die.
Royal Corgis were given an a la carte menu
Queen Elizabeth’s former chef recently revealed that her dogs can choose from an a la carte menu every day. according to Daily Mail Chef Darren McGrady has been preparing fresh treats for dogs for fifteen years.
On his YouTube channel, Chef McGrady shows how to prepare all-round dishes. For example, he prepared dishes of rabbit, liver and steak. Not a single bone was allowed to remain in the meat, because then the corgi could choke.
“I thought I would cook for kings, queens and presidents,” McGrady says. “I didn’t expect to have to prepare food for the Queen’s dogs.” McGrady did not reveal exactly how the queens chose the corgis from the list.
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Twelve spoiled dogs
The twelve corgis who lived at Buckingham Palace when McGrady worked there were very spoiled. They all had their own woven basket in the “corgi room” designed especially for them. Two walkers took care of the animals all day, bringing them food from the kitchen.
Corgis and horses
The Queen’s last corgi died in 2018. Elizabeth was very sad about it. In December 2018, she experienced more animal grief when her favorite horse, BH Keystone, died. Queen Elizabeth may be as fond of horses as she is of corgis. PH Keston was a stately white horse and harnessed to the Queen’s carriage.
In the hit Netflix series the crown Liz’s love of animals is also evident in the lives of Queen Elizabeth and other royals. Her character even says that if she hadn’t been queen, she would have become a racehorse breeder.
Queen Elizabeth was recently seen in the UK for the first time since the lockdown began. Not with a new corgi on a leash, but on a pony named Fern at Windsor Castle.
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