From Queen Consort Camilla’s rescue dogs to Queen Elizabeth’s beloved corgis, the British Royal Family has always had a special place in their hearts for their furry companions. In this article, we take a closer look at the lives of these royal pets and the love and care they receive from their regal owners.

Camilla’s Rescue Dogs: Beth and Bluebell

Queen Consort Camilla’s two rescue dogs, Beth and Bluebell, are expected to live at Buckingham Palace. The Jack Russells were adopted from Battersea Dogs and Cats Home, and have become beloved members of the royal family. Camilla even spoke about her dogs in an ITV documentary called “Camilla’s Country Life,” showcasing her love for her furry friends.

Queen Elizabeth’s Corgis and Dorgis

Queen Elizabeth owned over 30 corgis and dorgis during her reign, and they have been a significant part of her life. The Queen’s corgis will now be cared for by Prince Andrew and the Duchess of York in Windsor. King Charles is also fond of Camilla’s dogs, showing that the love for pets runs deep within the royal family.

Royal Treatment for Royal Pets

The royal pets are treated with the utmost care and attention. The Queen’s dogs, for example, had their own rooms and meals prepared by a chef each evening. This level of dedication to their pets demonstrates the deep bond between the royal family and their animal companions.

David and Victoria Beckham’s Cockapoo Simba

While not part of the royal family, David, and Victoria Beckham are British icons who also share a love for their pets. They welcomed their cockapoo Simba in June 2022 as a friend for their other dogs. Victoria recently shared a photo on Instagram of David cuddling Simba during a relaxed morning at home. The couple also paid tribute to each other and mothers everywhere on Mother’s Day with a series of heartfelt photos.