Although Queen Elizabeth had previously said she wouldn't have anymore dogs, she has adopted a Corgi named Whisper, who belonged to her late gamekeeper.
According to The Sun, the Queen fell in love with Whisper during regular walks with him after Bill Fenwick, the Sandringham gamekeeper, passed away. Whisper, who is nine-years-old, was actually bred by the Queen and given to Bill and his wife, Nancy, as a gift.
Nancy Fenwick, who passed away two years ago, was the keeper of the Queen's Corgis. Now, the Queen is adding Whisper to her family. He will join the Queen's other dogs, Willow, Vulcan, and Candy.
Originally the Queen had decided she wouldn't have anymore dogs for fear of them tripping her. She also never wanted to leave her Corgis without an owner if anything happened to her. And yet, she "couldn't resist Whisper."
Can you blame her? You know what they say, Corgis are like potato chips, you can't have just one (or three).
Want to learn more about the Queen's favorite breed, the Pembroke Welsh Corgi? Check out some fun facts about the Pembroke here.