Queen is given two new corgi puppies to comfort her through the crisis with Harry and Meghan

The Queen has been gifted with two new corgi puppies to help her through the royal crisis with the Duke and Duchess of Sussex and Prince Philip’s hospital treatment, it has been reported.

The new dogs have joined Her Majesty, 94, at Windsor Castle as Prince Philip, 99, remains at St Bartholomew’s Hospital in the City of London following a ‘successful procedure for a pre-existing heart condition’.

The new additions to the royal household come as Buckingham Palace prepares  itself for Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s two-hour CBS interview with Oprah Winfrey next Monday.

It also comes just months after the monarch was said to be mourning the loss of her loyal companion Vulcan, a dachshund-corgi cross who had been the Queen’s pet since at least 2007, after he died a few weeks before Christmas.

The Queen (pictured with one of her corgis last year) has been gifted with two new corgi puppies to help her through the royal crisis

The Queen (pictured with one of her corgis last year) has been gifted with two new corgi puppies to help her through the royal crisis

It comes after Her Majesty's loyal companion Vulcan, a dachshund-corgi cross, died a few weeks before Christmas last year

It comes after Her Majesty’s loyal companion Vulcan, a dachshund-corgi cross, died a few weeks before Christmas last year

In 2015 Monty Roberts, an informal adviser to the Queen, said she would no longer be replacing her corgis as she did not want to leave any behind when she dies.

He told Vanity Fair magazine: ‘She didn’t want any more young dogs. She didn’t want to leave any young dog behind. She wanted to put an end to it.’

But, reporting the news Her Majesty has been gifted with more, a source told The Sun: ‘The Queen is delighted. It’s unthinkable that the Queen wouldn’t have any corgis.

‘It’s like the Tower of London not having any ravens. They have only been there a couple of weeks but are said to be adorable and made the castle their home.

‘Both are said to be bringing in a lot of noise and energy into the castle while Philip is in hospital.’

While the names and the genders of the dogs are unknown, it is believed the canines were a gift.

They are also the first corgis Her Majesty has owned that are not direct descendants of her very first corgi Susan – which she was given in 1944 by her parents for her 18th birthday.

The Queen has always been synonymous with pets, particularly her Corgis, and has owned more than 30 during her reign.

In 2018, her corgi Willow, who was the 14th generation descended from Susan, was put down after suffering from cancer.

Meanwhile in 2012, the Queen’s 13-year-old corgi Monty was seen in a segment for the opening ceremony of the London Olympic Games alongside James Bond star Daniel Craig.

However later that year the palace confirmed that Monty, who was previously owned by the Queen Mother, had died.

The latest arrivals come as it was revealed yesterday that the Duke of Edinburgh would remain in hospital for ‘treatment, rest and recuperation’ after undergoing a ‘successful procedure for a pre-existing heart condition’.

In 2012 her dog Monty appeared alongside James Bond's Daniel Craig in a clip for the opening ceremony of the London Olympics

In 2012 her dog Monty appeared alongside James Bond’s Daniel Craig in a clip for the opening ceremony of the London Olympics

The royal with her corgis

The Queen with her corgis

The Queen with some of her corgis at the Windsor Horse Trials (left) and walking with two of the dogs in the the grounds of Windsor Castle (right)

The royal has always been synonymous with pets and has owned more than 30 during her reign. Pictured: The Queen with her dog Monty

The royal has always been synonymous with pets and has owned more than 30 during her reign. Pictured: The Queen with her dog Monty

The Sussexes have been urged to postpone their tell-all interview with Oprah on Sunday night after Prince Philip had major surgery after more than a fortnight in hospital.

Harry’s grandfather had the operation at St Bartholomew’s Hospital in the City of London – Britain’s top heart hospital – after being transferred there on Monday from the private King Edward VII Hospital in Marylebone where he was being treated for an infection.

Yesterday, Philip’s daughter-in-law Camilla revealed while visiting a vaccination centre in Croydon that the Duke was ‘slightly improving’ and that everyone in the Royal Family was ‘keeping our fingers crossed’

Giving an update on his condition yesterday, a Buckingham Palace spokesman said: ‘The Duke of Edinburgh yesterday underwent a successful procedure for a pre-existing heart condition at St Bartholomew’s Hospital.

‘His Royal Highness will remain in hospital for treatment, rest and recuperation for a number of days.’

The royal’s treatment comes amid a growing backlash against the Sussexes after sources close to the couple said that the Oprah interview would go ahead regardless, claiming it was down to the broadcasters not them.

Prince Philip, 99, remains at St Bartholomew's Hospital in the City of London following a 'successful procedure for a pre-existing heart condition'

Prince Philip, 99, remains at St Bartholomew’s Hospital in the City of London following a ‘successful procedure for a pre-existing heart condition’

It comes as Buckingham Palace prepares itself for the Duke and Duchess of Sussex's two-hour interview with Oprah Winfrey

It comes as Buckingham Palace prepares itself for the Duke and Duchess of Sussex’s two-hour interview with Oprah Winfrey

It came as a new clip released ahead of Harry and Meghan’s interview showed the Duchess of Sussex accusing The Firm of ‘perpetuating falsehoods about us.’

She said: ‘I don’t know how they could expect that after all of this time we would still just be silent if there is an active role that The Firm is playing in perpetuating falsehoods about us.’

The Duchess added: ‘And, if that comes with risk of losing things, there is a lot that has been lost already.’

This week the Queen launched an unprecedented inquiry into allegations that Meghan and Harry bullied their staff – leaving royal employees ‘shaken’ by ‘unhappy memories’ being brought up about a ‘toxic period’ before the couple emigrated.

A spokesperson for the palace said: ‘We are clearly very concerned about allegations in The Times following claims made by former staff of The Duke and Duchess of Sussex.

‘Accordingly our HR team will look into the circumstances outlined in the article.

‘Members of staff involved at the time, including those who have left the Household, will be invited to participate to see if lessons can be learned.

‘The Royal Household has had a Dignity at Work policy in place for a number of years and does not and will not tolerate bullying or harassment in the workplace.’

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Prince Philip, 99, begins his second weekend in hospital in his longest ever stay

Prince Philip, 99, begins his second weekend in hospital in his longest ever stay as he continues being treated for infection

  • The Duke of Edinburgh, 99, will remain at hospital for the whole of the weekend
  • His time at King Edward VII Hospital in London is now his longest hospital stay
  • The Duke had previously spent 11 days in hospital in 2013 for abdomen operation
  • He has now spent 12 days in hospital with the Palace saying he is ‘comfortable’

Prince Philip has begun his second weekend in hospital in what is now his longest ever stay as he battles an infection.

The Duke of Edinburgh, 99, was admitted to King Edward VII Hospital in London last Tuesday evening as a precautionary measure after feeling unwell, and walked into the building unaided.

Buckingham Palace said last Tuesday that Philip was ‘comfortable’ and ‘responding’ to medical help.

His son Prince Edward also said this week Philip was ‘a lot better’ but ‘looking forward to getting out’ with the Royal Family were keeping their ‘fingers crossed’.

Today, the Duke passed his longest hospital stay as he continues to get treated for the infection for a 12th day.

He previously spent 11 days in hospital in 2013 after an operation on his abdomen.

Prince Philip, pictured in 2018 at Harry and Meghan's wedding, begun his 12th day in hospital today

Prince Philip, pictured in 2018 at Harry and Meghan’s wedding, begun his 12th day in hospital today

It is now his longest stay in hospital. Pictured is Philip in 2013 after leaving hospital after 11 days following an abdomen operation

It is now his longest stay in hospital. Pictured is Philip in 2013 after leaving hospital after 11 days following an abdomen operation

Photos from outside the hospital this morning show police officers standing guard.

A royal source said yesterday it did not expect to make any updates on the Duke until at least next week.

At the time of Philip’s admission to hospital, the palace did not disclose the reason, but then said this Tuesday he was being treated for an infection.

Edward, who said he had spoken to his father on the phone, suggested the Duke, who is known for his ‘no fuss’ attitude, was a little frustrated at remaining in hospital.

The palace said on Tuesday: ‘The Duke of Edinburgh remains at King Edward VII’s Hospital where he is receiving medical attention for an infection. He is comfortable and responding to treatment but is not expected to leave hospital for several days.’

Edward was asked about his father by Sky News’ royal correspondent Rhiannon Mills, while she was filming a separate interview with him his Bagshot Park home in Surrey.

He replied: ‘He’s a lot better, thank you very much indeed, and he’s looking forward to getting out, which is the most positive thing, so we keep our fingers crossed.’

Asked whether Philip, who turns 100 in June, was frustrated to be in hospital, Edward laughed and replied: ‘Just a bit.

‘I think that gets to all of us, and then you can only watch the clock so many times and the walls are only so interesting.

‘We’ve had some brilliant and lovely messages from all sorts of people and we really appreciate that and so does he, I’ve been passing them on. It’s fantastic, thank you.’

Philip was initially due to spend a few days under medical care for ‘observation and rest’, but last Friday it emerged he was likely to remain in hospital into this week.

Police officers stand outside King Edward VII's Hospital, where Prince Philip is being treated

Police officers stand outside King Edward VII’s Hospital, where Prince Philip is being treated

A royal source said yesterday it did not expect to make any updates on the Duke until at least next week

A royal source said yesterday it did not expect to make any updates on the Duke until at least next week

Philip’s 11th day in hospital came as his grandson Prince Harry was interviewed by James Corden on the Late Late Show in America.

During their chat, Harry revealed how Philip does know how to use Zoom – but simply slams shut his laptop to end calls instead of pressing the Leave button.

The Duke of Edinburgh and the Queen have called the Sussexes a ‘few times’ and even seen Archie ‘running around’, Harry added.

Prince Charles made a 200-mile round trip to see Philip in hospital last weekend, which royal experts claimed may have been to reassure the Duke about Harry and the continuing turmoil caused by Megxit.

Charles’s surprise visit to Philip’s bedside on Saturday afternoon is likely to have touched on the ‘momentous’ events since he was admitted to hospital.

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Married to Britain's Queen Elizabeth since 1947, Prince Philip was the son of Princess Alice of Battenberg and Prince Andrew of Greece and Denmark

Married to Britain’s Queen Elizabeth since 1947, Prince Philip was the son of Princess Alice of Battenberg and Prince Andrew of Greece and Denmark

Princess Eugenie and Jack Brooksbank’s first born child has been named after Prince Philip and both parents’ great-great-great-great-great grandfathers – Prince Albert and Reverend Edward Hawke Brooksbank.

So who are the men who inspired the name August Philip Hawke Brookesbank?

Prince Philip

Born: June 10, 1921 (age: 99)

Married to Britain’s Queen Elizabeth since 1947, Prince Philip was the son of Princess Alice of Battenberg and Prince Andrew of Greece and Denmark.

He was born into two royal families but was exiled from Greece while still an infant. He went to schools in France, Germany and the UK before joining the Royal Navy in 1939, aged 18.

Prince Philip, born Prince Philip of Greece and Denmark, met then-Princess Elizabeth in 1934 and the pair began corresponding in July 1939. After the war, Philip was granted permission by King George VI to marry her.

Before the engagement was announced in July 1947, the prince abandoned his Greek and Danish titles and became a British citizen. He adopted the surname of his maternal grandparents – Mountbatten.

He left active military service after Elizabeth became queen in 1952, after reaching the rank of commander, and was formally made a British prince in 1957.

Prince Philip and Elizabeth had four children: Charles, Prince of Wales; Anne, Princess Royal; Prince Andrew, Duke of York; and Prince Edward, Earl of Wessex.

He is now a patron, president, or member of more than 780 organisations and is styled the Duke of Edinburgh. He retired from royal duties on August 2, 2017, aged 96, after completing 22,219 solo engagements since 1952.

Prince Philip was known to regularly put his foot in his mouth by swearing during royal visits. In 2015, he told a photographer to ‘just take the f***ing picture’ during a photocall at the RAF Club.

Queen Victoria's husband Albert, the prince consort, was born into the Saxon Duchy of Saxe-Coburg-Saalfeld to parents well connected with Europe's ruling monarchs

Queen Victoria’s husband Albert, the prince consort, was born into the Saxon Duchy of Saxe-Coburg-Saalfeld to parents well connected with Europe’s ruling monarchs

Prince Albert (Franz Albert August Karl Emanuel)

Born: August, 26, 1819  Died: December 14, 1861

Queen Victoria’s husband Albert, the prince consort, was born into the Saxon Duchy of Saxe-Coburg-Saalfeld to parents well connected with Europe’s ruling monarchs.

Aged 20 he married his cousin, Victoria, and the couple had nine children together: Victoria; Albert ‘Bertie’; Alice; Alfred; Helena; Louise; Arthur; Leopold; and Beatrice.

During their courting stage, Victoria wrote: ‘[Albert] is extremely handsome; his hair is about the same colour as mine; his eyes are large and blue, and he has a beautiful nose and a very sweet mouth with fine teeth; but the charm of his countenance is his expression, which is most delightful.’ She proposed to him on October 15, 1839.

He quickly developed a reputation for supporting public causes including education reform and the abolition of slavery worldwide. Queen Victoria trusted him to deal with the household, office and estates.

The prince developed the constitutional monarchy by persuading his wife to be less partisan in her dealings with parliament and when he died aged 42 Queen Victoria went into mourning for the rest of her life.

Reverend Edward Hawke Brooksbank

Born: December 9, 1789 Died: August 5, 1883

Rev. Edward Brooksbank held the office of Justice of the Peace for the West Riding, Yorkshire, and lived at Healaugh Manor in Yorkshire.

The vicar of Tickhill first married a Hannah Heywood who gave birth to his three children but died in 1846, aged 58. The reverend then married Mary Parker on December 5, 1848.

He graduated from Cambridge University with a Master of Arts (MA) and died aged 93.

Prince Augustus Frederick

Prince Augustus Frederick (pictured) was the sixth son and ninth child of King George III

Prince Augustus Frederick (pictured) was the sixth son and ninth child of King George III

Born: January 27, 1773 Died: April 21, 1843

Prince Augustus Frederick was the sixth son and ninth child of King George III.

While travelling in Rome he met Lady Augusta Murray and the couple secretly married on April 4, 1793. They married a second time without revealing their full names at St George’s, Hanover Square, Westminster, on December 5, 1793.

Both marriages took place without the permission of his father. Because of this, in August 1794, the marriage was annulled on the grounds that it contravened the Royal Marriages Act 1772.

He continued to live with Lady Augusta until 1801, when he received a parliamentary grant of £12,000 and the couple separated. Lady Augusta was given custody of their children Augustus Frederick d’Este and Augusta Emma d’Este. She received maintenance of £4,000 a year.

A year after the death of Lady Augusta, the Duke of Sussex married a second time on May 2, 1831, again without gaining the permission of the sovereign, to Lady Cecilia Letitia Buggin.

She was never recognised as the Duchess of Sussex but became Duchess of Inverness by Queen Victoria in 1840.

Prince Augustus was the favourite uncle of Queen Victoria and gave her away at her wedding to Prince Albert.

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Harry ‘ready to go’ if Prince Philip gets worse – Last Hour

(ANSA) – ROME, FEBRUARY 18 – Prince Harry would have put himself in self-isolation at home with his wife Meghan and with his son Archie, in order to be ready to reach the United Kingdom without being blocked, in case the conditions of the prince Filippo, who had been hospitalized for two days, should get worse.

The Duke of Sussex, according to a source quoted by the Daily Mirror, has decided not to move from his Californian villa, he has already made arrangements to fly with a private jet and is kept “regularly informed” about his grandfather’s condition.

Prince Philip, Queen Elizabeth’s nearly centennial consort, was hospitalized two days ago in a London hospital after an illness. (HANDLE).

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