It also appears that not everyone in the royal family has shared the queen’s enthusiasm for her fleet of corgis. In a television interview in 2012, Prince William, the queen’s grandson and the second in line to the British throne, expressed some issues with the dogs.
“They’re barking all the time,” he said. “I don’t know how she copes with it.”
Prince Harry, his brother, has also registered a noise complaint. “I’ve spent the last 33 years being barked at,” he told the BBC in 2017.
-- From the New York Times, after news that the Queen's last corgi had died. I'm relieved because my corgi can't possibly be misbehaving if the Queen's corgs did the exact same thing.