Queen Elizabeth's puppy has died at just five months old.
The 95-year-old monarch was gifted two puppies - Fergus and Muick - when her husband, Prince Philip fell ill and was taken to hospital earlier this year.
The dachshund and corgi cross (dorgi) dog Fergus died this weekend, just over a month after the passing of the Duke of Edinburgh.
"The Queen is absolutely devastated," a Windsor Castle source told The Sun.
"The puppies were brought in to cheer her up during a very difficult period.
"Everyone concerned is upset as this comes so soon after she lost her husband.
"On top of that there's been the problems with her grandson Harry."
Fergus and Muick were a surprise gift from Queen Elizabeth's son, Prince Andrew, to help her cope with Prince Philip's absence.
Fergus was named in honor of the Queen's maternal uncle, Fergus Bowes-Lyon, who died in France during World War I, a source told The Sun.
The other puppy, Muick - pronounced Mick, was named after a beauty spot in Balmoral, Scotland.
The Queen also has another older dorgi named Candy.