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  • Hodder & Stoughton

All The Queen's Corgis: Corgis, dorgis and gundogs: The story of Elizabeth II and her most faithful companions

Penny Junor

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Dogs as pets

A celebration of the Queen and her corgis, in a lovely gift package perfect for Christmas

ALL THE QUEEN'S CORGIS is a look at all the dogs our Sovereign has owned during the course of her life, their individual personalities, quirks and eccentricities and the special relationship she has had with them.

This fun and affectionate book complete with wonderful photographs tells the stories of the Queen's closest companions over the years, her beloved corgis, dorgis and gundogs.

From the people they have bitten over the years to the scrapes they have been involved in, ALL THE QUEEN'S CORGIS will tell you how they live, what they eat, who prepares their food and who gives it to them how they are trained, where they are walked and where they are buried after their deaths.

A book for dog-lovers everywhere on what really makes our much-loved and longest reigning monarch truly light up.

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Praise for All The Queen's Corgis: Corgis, dorgis and gundogs: The story of Elizabeth II and her most faithful companions


  • Lively and thought-provoking - The Lady

  • 'It is actually a serious book, but it had me laughing out loud several times on the Tube. All mothers should receive one for Christmas.' - Spectator

  • Explosive biography by Britain's top royal author ... A gripping story of human frailty, love, loss, sadness, and tragedy. - Daily Mail


  • The kind of authoritative, compassionate and revealing royal biography we have come to expect from Penny. - Choice magazine

  • Junor's unique access to those close to the Royal family has enabled her to build up an intimate portrait. - Daily Mail

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Penny Junor

Penny Junor began her professional life as an investigative journalist, and is the author of bestselling biographies of subjects ranging from Prince Charles and Margaret Thatcher to Richard Burton and her own father, John Junor.

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