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Beautiful. This is How Queen Elizabeth Is Coping With Loneliness

Following the dead of Prince Phillip, the Queen was left with a big gap to fill in the absence of her long time partner whom she was married to for 74years since 1947.

It has emerged that the Queen, now in the period of mourning is using her dogs to cope with the situation. As you know Nothing beats the Unconditional Love of pets during times of grief.

According to the Royal biographer Penny Junor, now more than ever the Queen is so close to her dogs. The Queen acquired her first dog, Susan, in 1944 and since then she has had over 30 dogs.

This year when Prince Phillip was hospitalized the Queen decided to acquire two puppies. She named them Fergus after her war hero uncle who died in World War I and Muick after her favourite beauty parlor meant for Royals.

Pictured after the Prince died, she was seen with her two puppies. It is said these puppies are closer to her compared to any other person. They are so loving and they have never let the Queen down.

Pets will show love and affectionate to you if you treat them good. If you have a pet take good care of them because you might need them when you are Sad and Lonely.

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