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Corgi

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Corgis were also featured in one of the scenes the queen shared with President John F.
While she has owned more than 30 dogs over the years, the Queen now only has four as pets - two corgis, Willow and Holly, and two dorgis, Candy and Vulcan - who all star in the portrait.
The news came just days after it emerged the Queen's current pets - two corgis - will be her last.
Any defect, damage or breakdown caused through malicious or wilful action, negligence, misuse or third party interference, including any attempted repair or modification to the domestic central heating boiler, electrics or internal plumbing, which was not carried out by a Corgi HomePlan-appointed engineer.
Searches for Cardigan Welsh corgis have also soared by 59 per cent to 2,231, with the numbers registered up by 70 per cent.
But in their native country, people have turned their backs on them, partly because of the popularity of the Pembroke corgi, which is a completely different breed.
He said: "We had, for some time, felt that CORGI had lost its way, detracting its effectiveness in the core area of its operation - gas safety.
There are photographers jumping over the wall and a giant mutant Corgi running riot.
Iconic toy company Corgi is looking forward to a new lease of life after being successfully integrated into the famous Hornby portfolio.
So when a gentleman called into one of our specialist valuation dayswith a box of Corgi cars, it took me back to my childhood.
praised Stacey Rodgers at the Contribution to Gas Safety awards with (from left) Corgi chief executive Mike Thompson, Adrian Keats, of SF Detection, and guest comedian Dara O'Briain.