WATCH how fast you can discover the Queen’s favorite dog breed with this very royal puzzle.
To celebrate the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee and her love for Corgis, Casumo puts the Brits to the test to see if they can identify this royal favourite.
It takes the average person 3 minutes to solve this puzzle – how long will it take you?
Need a hint? Focus your quest on the right side of the puzzle.
The Queen’s corgis are almost as recognizable as the monarch herself. Understandable considering she’s owned more than 30 of them since ascending the throne 70 years ago.
Their first corgi, Susan, was given as a special 18th birthday present in 1944. Susan was even smuggled onto the Queen’s honeymoon – much to the chagrin of Prince Phillip, who apparently found the pooch too cheerful.
She currently owns two corgis, one named Muick while the other’s name is unknown; a dorgi (a dachshund-corgi crossbreed) named Candy; and most recently a Cocker Spaniel, Lissy.
Her Majesty has had some strange named puppies over the years, she used to have dogs named Disco and Bisto Oxo.
This Sunday (15 May) The Queen’s Platinum Jubilee will be broadcast live on ITV and the ITV Hub from the private grounds of Windsor Castle.
Hosted on-screen by Phillip Schofield and Julie Etchingham, the extravaganza will include performances by Dame Helen Mirren, Gregory Porter, Katherine Jenkins and Lord Andrew Lloyd Webber.
Popular contemporary duo Ant and Dec will also take the stage to celebrate the Queen’s long reign, as will Hollywood star Tom Cruise and Bridgerton’s Adjoa Andoh.
In addition, local celebrations take place across the country, including street festivals, community picnics, and the Big Jubilee Dinner. Find your local events here.
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