The Duchess of York, known as Fergie, took on Sandy and Muick when the Queen died in September 2022.
In a heartwarming post shared on Instagram, Fergie shared pictures of the walk she took the two corgis, along with her five other dogs, in a tribute to the late Queen.
Writing on Instagram, she said: “I took all 7 doggies yesterday to where Her Late Majesty Queen Elizabeth used to walk them. It was wonderful to have a moment to remember.”
The pictures showed beautiful red roses and daffodils along a nature-filled path.
The Queen’s beloved corgis appear to have settled into their new home well, with Fergie revealing they are “very sweet, very polite and well behaved”.
She told French magazine Gala earlier this year: “I love them and they’re happy. We take it in turns walking them, which is a bit confusing for the poor dogs. They never know who is going to be taking them out.
“I’m their favorite, but everyone always says it’s because I give them bones in broth. I love everything about them and I’m the one who spoils them the most. It’s a big honor to have them with us.”
Speaking in this week’s episode of her podcast, Tea Talks with the Duchess & Sarah, she spoke about “dealing with grief”.
Fergie is getting back to her usual self after her surprise cancer diagnosis following a routine mamogram.
The mum-of-two was diagnosed with breast cancer and underwent an eight-hour single masectomy.
She has been recovering at home with ex-husband Prince Andrew, with their daughters Princess Beatrice and Princess Eugenie visiting.