A Royal Love Affair – with Pets!
William, Kate, Charles and Camilla all love a good cuddle with a furry friend
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Prince William’s other half scratches the chin of a very adoring fan at an event in North Wales in February.
Will gives a loving pat to friendly blond while visiting Africa with his brother. What would Kate say?
It’s puppy love! Harry goes nose-to-nose with a super-cute pooch during a visit to a children’s education center in Semonkong, Lesotho, last June.
The new Princess makes another furry friend on a visit to Scotland’s St. Andrews University. Perhaps the newlyweds are due for a dog of their own?
The Duchess of Cornwall, who has always been a fan of horsebackriding, gives this regal animal a friendly rub at the Campo Grande Hippodrome in Lisbon, Portugal, in March.
During at trip to Eastern Poland last year, the Prince of Wales takes time out to stroke a Eurasian wild horse while visiting a European bison reserve.
Charles and his sons frolic by the water at Balmoral Castle with his Jack Russell Tigga and William’s black Lab Widgeon in 1997.
The Princes grew up around horses, like this pony that the boys took turns riding around the grounds of Highgrove in Tetbury, England, as their mother looked on.
The royal family has a natural fondness for canines. The Queen (in blue) raised Corgis, as did her mother the Queen mum.
Ahh, sibling rivalry. William and Harry fight for the affection of one very lucky pup in a photo from August of 1987, taken on the Majorca island of Spain.