Corgis have wiggled their way into all of our hearts, but no one has loved them quite as much -- or for as long -- as the Queen of England.
According to BBC, the Royal Family's corgi obsession began in the 1930s when Queen Elizabeth II's father bought his first Pembroke corgi, Dookie.
Since then, the Queen has owned and even bred several of them. To this day, her two cuddly companions, Willow and Holly, seldom leave her side. They even made an appearance with her at the Olympics.