Famous Welsh Corgi: in books, films, and celebrity pets
Welsh Corgi in books
Welsh Corgi Harry - the hero of the story "Duet" by J. Katz.
Corgi Skipper “participates” in “Dog Stories” by J. Harriot.
D. King-Smith's book Ace of Clubs describes the Welsh Corgi Megan.
Welsh Corgi at the cinema
Representatives of the breed radiate charm, so they are willingly taken for filming. Welsh Corgi appear in many films: “The Lost Puppy”, “A Tourist Involuntarily,” “A Bullseye!”, “Don't Tell Mom about the Nanny's Death”, “Robinson Crusoe” (1997, with Pierce Brosnan), “Agent Johnny English ”,“ The King Says! ”,“ The Queen ”, in the animated film“ 101 Dalmatians-2 ”, in the series“ Jeeves and Worcester ”and“ Naval Police: Special Department ”.
Welsh Corgi - Symbols
It was the Welsh Corgi that was chosen as a symbol by a British firm that produces large-scale models and toys, Corgi Toys.
Famous Welsh Corgi Owners
The little "maids of honor" - the Welsh Corgi - invariably accompany Her Majesty Elizabeth II during walks and even official ceremonies. For example, at the opening of the Olympics in London in 2012, Elizabeth II is breeding this breed, but it is not easy to get a royal blood puppy. They are not for sale - they are only given to very close ones. The queen considers the Corgi to be family members, and for Christmas each of the dogs hangs a festive sock with gifts on the fireplace.
In the photo: Queen of Great BritainElizabeth II and the Welsh Corgi
Jennifer Aniston lives Welsh Corgi Norman.
Also among the fans of the breed Steven King, Ava Gardner, Gregory Peck, Mickey Rooney, Gary Cooper, Kersti Ellie, William Hurt, Diane Keaton, Norman Rockwell, Dirk Bogard, Lisa Minelli “lit up”.