Queen names new corgi puppies

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Queen Elizabeth II has named her two new corgi puppies. The puppies are called Fergus and Muick. 

According to reports Fergus is named in honour of the Queen’s uncle Fergus Bowes-Lyon. He was killed in France during World War I in 1915. 

Meanwhile Muick, pronounced like “mick”, is named after the Queen’s favourite holiday spot: Loch Muick, which is in Scotland.

The pair of pups were welcomed to Buckingham Palace earlier this month.

Fergus is a dorgi, which is a cross between a dachshund and a corgi, while Muick is a purebred corgi. 

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