Photo Diary: Queen Elizabeth's Longtime Love Affair With Corgis

In 1933, Princess Elizabeth's parents brought home the royal family's first corgi. Eleven years later, in 1944, Princess Elizabeth received her own corgi companion, Susan. Since then, she has loved and cared for at least 14 generations of pups descended from Susan. Take a look at more than 75 years of love between a queen and her royal canines.

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