King Charles III to usher in a new era at the Royal Palace, after the heartfelt salute of the beloved Queen Elizabeth II. Among the many things we don’t know about yet are his adorable and pampered dogs. Don’t you know them? this is me.
there Queen Elizabeth II He had received this world for a few hours and the void he left in the world was already enormous. The most beloved and respected gentlemen of all time will never be forgotten, because Story books And help us make this world exactly how we live it.
a The rule lasted 70 years Which had to face many political, social and family problems amid gossip and scandals that topped its front page. She was a reassuring presence for the English people, as she was always ready to face dark moments with great strength and determination. Then there are her hidden sides, the one that made her most lovable in everyone’s eyes: her great love for horses and dogs.
A hidden side is also King Charles III Who wanted to share the image of his beloved dogs, and present it to the whole world to tell their sad and almost desperate story.
King Charles III: Traits inherited from Mother Elizabeth II
The The kingdom passed into the hands of Charles III And everyone is curious to know what it will be like and how it will deal with modern problems. Political and bureaucratic rhetoric aside for a moment, there are many things the new king inherited from his mother, Queen Elizabeth. Among these aEnvironmental care And the love of dogs, which has always been a symbol of the royal family.
which side unites to Camila’s wife, always with four-legged adoptive friends if they’re having trouble. It is their exact desire to educate people to adopt the animals they need, and take care of them family members Just like Carlo and Camila did.
The dogs of King Charles III and Camilla
Not everyone knows, but Carlo and Camila They decided to adopt two dogs in distress to give them a decent life. Today she looks great and is loved by the whole royal family.
Two Jack Russells from Battersea Dogs and Cats Home were adopted by the Kings, and were in very bad conditions. They were full of diseases and malnutrition, until they were taken care of by the clinic and Carlo. A new life began for the two children, whom the new king and his wife loved immeasurably.
King Charles III wanted to reveal these two dogs through some of the pictures promoted by the newspaper rural life to 125 Anniversary. A different picture from the usual and unpainted one, but full of truth and love for these two puppies who were rescued from a horrific fate.
Bluebell and Beth Now aged 10 and 11, he’s already set to be a symbol of the new English era with all their fans who can’t wait to see more shots.
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