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“The Queen & Her Corgis” (Royal Purple)--single Elizabeth II figure with three corgi figures

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Item Number: TR014

"God Bless The Queen… God Save The King!"

6 May 2023 has been declared to be a Public Holiday and the Coronation Day of Britain’s newest monarch and head-of-state, King Charles.  On that day, Charles will officially become King of the United Kingdom and no less than 14 other Commonwealth countries.

As the eldest son of Her Late Majesty, Queen Elizabeth Ⅱ, he became the longest serving heir apparent and Prince of Wales in the history of the Monarchy.  At the age of 73, he also became the oldest person to ever accede to the British throne. The tasks and duties before him are going to be many, wide ranging and increasingly complex.  In addition, he is also following in the footsteps of a beloved mother who, as Britain’s monarch and head-of-state, rarely, if ever, put a foot wrong throughout her long and memorable reign.

To celebrate our new King and to remember the long and valued legacy of his mother K&C has designed and produced a small number of individual figures to represent King Charles and Queen Elizabeth II.

“The Queen & Her Corgis” (Royal Purple)--single Elizabeth II figure with three corgi figures

Most ‘Royal Observers’ have noticed that Her Late Majesty enjoyed wearing bright colours, especially in her later years, with some wondering what colours were her particular favourite.  According to Ms. Angela Kelly, the Queen’s long-serving personal attendant, among her favourites were these three selections featured here.

TR014 portrays Queen Elizabeth in a shade of Royal Purple with of course, matching coat and hat together with simple classic black bag and shoes.  Around her feet are a trio of Royal Corgis.  Since she was a small child, the Queen had loved and appreciated these small Pembroke Welsh Corgi dog,s beginning with her first called ‘Dookie’ in 1933.

Released in APRIL 2023.