Queen Elizabeth II's corgis are "thriving" one year after the death of their beloved owner.
Sarah Ferguson, who has been caring for Muick and Sandy along with her ex-husband-turned-roommate and the late monarch's son, Prince Andrew, has offered an update on the dogs on the first anniversary of the queen's passing at age 96.
"As we mourn a year on, we also celebrate the wonderful times we shared with Her Late Majesty the Queen," the Duchess of York said on Instagram, alongside a photo of herself cuddling the corgis in a yard. "She entrusted me with the care of her corgis Sandy and Muick and I am delighted to say they are thriving."
Andrew had originally gifted Muick and Sandy to his mother, who owned several dogs throughout her life. Following the Queen's death at age 96 in September 2022, the Pembroke Welsh corgis were shown awaiting the arrival of her coffin at Windsor Castle during her state funeral.
Sarah has since posted on Instagram a few updates about the dogs, who live with her, Andrew and their Norfolk terriers at Royal Lodge in Windsor.
"I think they are exceptional and they're just very funny," the duchess told E! News about Muick and Sandy this past March. "I think, I'm sure, when they're chasing the air, I think they're looking at her. That's what I like to think. The squirrels are not in sight but they're still barking at something, so I think it might be her."
Scroll down for photos of the Queen's many dogs over the years: