The Queen’s most beloved pet pony named Emma watched in silence as the late Monarch’s coffin was recently seen being carried along the Long Walk.
Thousands gathered in long crowds to view her Majesty’s coffin making its way to its final destination; her dear pets are no exception.
The horse was dubbed as the late Queen’s most loyal companion, and that’s why it was more than heartbreaking to see such visuals unfold before so many people’s eyes.
At the same time, Prince Andrew was seen checking on his late mom’s Corgis ahead of her Committal Service in Windsor.
It has been revealed that the Duke of York and his wife have been bestowed with the care of the Monarch’s beloved pets.
The Queen adored her animals and could always be seen surrounded by their presence. The corgis and Emma were two of her famous animals, and the love and great care that she showered upon them in her lifetime are incomparable to all others.
But the Duke of York has vowed to take care of all of Her Majesty’s pets immediately. And that’s why he was just pictured taking the job very seriously, visiting the pets immediately after the funeral procession.
Emma, a black pony, could be seen spotted on the roadside as the Queen’s body made its way to Windsor Castle during the afternoon hours.
She was in close association with the Queen’s last Stud Groom and the Manager to the Queen, who has held a respectable position for the last 25 years.
The Queen’s staff closely surrounded Emma; some of them were seen sporting the medals they received for her Platinum Jubilee during the earlier part of this year.
Two of Her Majesty’s pet corgis that Prince Andrew gifted were also witnessed at today’s procession, watching from a distance from the roadside at Windsor Castle.