Sarah Ferguson has released the first photos of Queen Elizabeth’s corgi since the monarch’s death

By Zoe Sottil, CNN

(CNN) – The The Queen’s beloved corgi seems to be in good hands with the Duchess of York.

Sarah Ferguson has shared the first pictures of Queen Elizabeth II’s famous dogs since her former mother-in-law’s funeral in September.

Throughout her life, the Queen was passionate about corgis and owned dozens of dogs. He was often photographed with one or more of his corgis sitting by his side or trailing behind him. At the time of his death, he owned four dogs. A source previously told CNN: two Pembroke Welsh corgis named Sandy and Muick, a “dorgi” (a dachshund-corgi hybrid) named Candy, and a cocker spaniel named Lissie.

On Saturday, Ferguson posted photos on his verified Instagram account it seems that they show two workers Sandy and Muick.

“Gifts that keep on going,” he wrote.

Corgis, a working breed originally designed to herd cattle, are known for their short legs and woolly coat.

After the Queen’s death, a source told CNN that the corgis will live with Ferguson and her ex-husband, Prince Andrew. The couple split in 1996 but live in a royal residence on the Windsor estate.

According to the source, even after the divorce, Ferguson maintained a strong friendship with the Queen, and the two often walked their dogs together.

It is not known who will take care of the Queen’s two other dogs, Candy and Lissie.

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