In 1994, the prince of Wales has had to cope with the sad loss of one of her dogs, who has been very marked.
In its issue of Wednesday, June 3, 2020, the weekly magazine Point of view interested in the pets in the royal families. That this is within the royalty of Spanish or English, dogs in particular have a very important place. This is not the prince of Wales who will say the opposite, since his wife, Camilla Shand, has adopted two Jack Russell.
These are fore mentioned ones, Beth and Bluebell. The duke and the duchess of Cornwall love so much the fur balls that they “frequently visit the animal shelter and regularly pose”with their four-legged companions. The passion of prince Charles for animals goes back many years. Our colleagues are even talking about the sadness that the father of William and Henry felt when he lost a dog that was very important for him. In fact, in 1994, during a visit to the castle of Balmoral in Scotland (the summer residence of the british royal family), one of its burrows favourite referee in the name of Pooh was gone.
A royal family is a big fan of dogs
Decided to find him whatever the cost, it had even proposed to offer a reward to the one who would put his hand on his faithful canine friend. Unfortunately for him, the prince of Wales has never been able to find, to his greatest regret. Dogs are an integral part of the royalty of british and this, from generation to generation. The duke and duchess of Cambridge have set their sights on an English cocker spaniel named Lupo, “inherited the family Middleton” and they “praise the virtues of teaching with their young children”. On their side, Meghan Markle and her husband have expanded their family with Oz a beagle Guy and a black labrador.
Prince Charles – During the outbreak of coronavirus (Covid-19), the members of the british royal family would like to thank the caregivers via video-conference at the occasion of international nurses Day. London. May 12, 2020.
Camilla Parker Bowles, duchess of Cornwall and Yasmine Tomblad, allergic to peanuts, and her dog Nano – The prince Charles, prince of Wales and Camilla Parker Bowles, duchess of Cornwall attend a demonstration with dogs auxiliary sick in the Palace of Saint James in London, on march 11, 2014.
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Camilla Parker Bowles, duchess of Cornwall and the dog Daisy – The prince Charles, prince of Wales and Camilla Parker Bowles, duchess of Cornwall attend a demonstration with dogs auxiliary sick in the Palace of Saint James in London, on march 11, 2014.
Exclusive – Illustration of the mansion of $ 14 million on the waterfront in North Saanich on the island Victoria, Canada, where prince Harry, and his wife, Meghan Markle and their baby Archie spend the Christmas holidays and new year. The couple is said to have been joined by the mom of Meghan, Doria. The mansion belongs to a millionaire Russian anonymous. The manor of 2005 is French-inspired and overlooking the Saanich inlet. Guards and security cameras around the property, guards are housed in the guest house of the area. There are two canoes on the ground and a new fence has been erected. Harry and Meghan have tried to book a meal at the restaurant The Chalet but the owner Pierre Koffel has refused for security reasons. They would have dined at the Brentwood Bay Resort for Christmas. The couple walked around in the neighborhood park also illustrated.
Exclusive – prince Harry and Meghan Markle would have spent the Christmas holidays in this beautiful mansion on the Island Victoria, Canada December 30, 2019. The dog present in the property is very similar to the labrador, Oz, adopted by the duke and duchess of Sussex.
The irish president Michael D. Higgins and his wife Sabina Coyne, will receive the prince William, duke of Cambridge, and Catherine (Kate) Middleton, duchess of Cambridge, at the presidential residence the official Macaws year Uachtarain in Dublin, Ireland, march 3, 2020, for an official visit of 3 days.