When did lap canines grow to be fashionable?

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Anybody watching Netflix’s newest hit present, “Bridgerton,” is aware of that the matchmaking Queen Charlotte had a penchant for Pomeranian pups. And in reality, this fondness was true of the real-life Queen Charlotte. She introduced them along with her when she moved from Pomerania in central Europe to the UK to marry King George III in 1761. Her love of the lap canine was then handed down via the royal generations. Her son, King George IV additionally preferred the breed and Queen Victoria owned dachshunds, pugs and Pomeranians

One of the vital well-known royal canines was a small terrier known as Caesar. “[He] had a outstanding place in Edward VII’s funeral procession forward of the opposite monarchs who attended in 1910,” mentioned Richard Fitzwilliams, a royal commentator based mostly in London. Additional down the road, King Edward VIII — who was compelled to abdicate in shame with a view to marry the American divorcée Wallis Simpson within the Thirties — additionally owned pugs, which we all know from one other Netflix interval drama, “The Crown.”

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