To lose your loved ones is very difficult for anyone including Queen Elizabeth II after she lost her husband of 74 years.
An expert said that the Queen will be stepping back from her royal duties gradually.
In fact, shortly after his death, she is back to work, putting a brave face on her virtual audiences.
Her duties are to be short-lived. In this time she will be preparing to step back, as a royal expert says.
It is unlikely that she will return to her busy meetings schedule, receptions, and garden parties.
Possibly Prince Charles will have to take on extra duties. Prince Philip has given advice to him on how to lead the royal family.
The Queen is stacked with other tragedies after the devastating death of Prince Philip
She is through a tough time this year and everyone is concerned about her.
The Queen is mourning the loss of her dog, Fergus, a 5 months puppy. After the death of Vulcan the Dorgi. Her Majesty’s side has remained just Candy. Vulcan died at Windsor, the loyal companion of The Queen was a Corgi-Dachshund cross.
In fact, we do not know why Dorgi died or how old was. He has been by The Queen’s side since 2007.
This has been a blow to the monarch, being left with one remaining animal, Candy.
For Her Majesty, this is a great loss because she adores her dogs.
She had more than 30 Corgis during her reign.
Her dogs always lived in her Windsor apartments or in Buckingham Palace. She always liked to feed them by herself. Even now in her age, she walks them by herself.
Her love for dogs has helped her to keep fit in this age, according to the Duke of York.
Fergus was a present from Prince Andrew for the Queen after the death of Prince Philip, to help her through grieving.