Do the corgis wear it? Queen launches her own brand of ‘pet-fume’ for dogs with essence of ‘coastal walks’ on sale for £9.99 at her Sandringham estate
- The Queen, 95, is selling off her dog perfume for £9.99 at Sandringham estate
- Royal, who is a dog lover, created a special cologne for pampered pooches
- ‘Coastal Walks’ bottle is made from witch hazel and a blend of essential oils
The Queen has launched her own brand of dog perfume which is on sale at her Sandringham estate in Norfolk.
Her Majesty, who is an ardent dog lover, has created a special Royal cologne for pampered pooches, which comes with a price-tag of £9.99.
She has collaborated with nearby company, Norfolk Natural Living, to make the Happy Hounds Dog Cologne, which has the essence of ‘Coastal Walks.’
The cologne, which helps dogs to ‘get rid of any unwanted odours’ is made from witch hazel and a blend of essential oils.
The Queen, 95, has launched her own brand of dog perfume which is on sale at her Sandringham estate in Norfolk
The cologne, which helps dogs to ‘get rid of any unwanted odours’ is made from witch hazel and a blend of essential oils
The sleek 200ml bottles, which cost £9.99, feature the Sandringham Royal Estate crown symbol.
The back of the bottle states: ‘Inspired by a shared passion for protecting our environment, we have collaborated with Norfolk Natural Living, to create our Dog Cologne just 10 miles from the estate using only the finest botanical ingredients.
‘To use: Spritz a generous amount into the palm of your hand and smooth over your dog’s freshly washed and dried coat to help rid any unwanted odours and keep them smelling fresh.’
The Queen is believed to have kept more than 30 corgis throughout her reign and currently has two corgis and one dorgi.
The Queen is believed to have kept more than 30 corgis throughout her reign and currently has two corgis and one dorgi
Her dorgi, Candy, is now over 10 years old and her corgi, Muick was one of two dogs given to her during Prince Philip’s illness.
After her second corgi, Fergus, died, Princess Eugenie and Princess Beatrice are believed to have surprised her with another corgi for her birthday last June.
It comes weeks after it emerged The Queen is sharing her love for sweet treats by selling her own honey produced by bees at Sandringham – for £14.99 a jar.
The 454g jars have left honey fans buzzing with excitement and are flying off the shelves at the gift shop on the estate in north Norfolk.
The monarch has collaborated with nearby company, Norfolk Natural Living, to make the Happy Hounds Dog Cologne, which has the essence of ‘Coastal Walks’ (pictured, a dog being spritzed with the perfume)
Shoppers are advised to spritz a generous amount into their hand before smoothing it over the dog’s freshly washed and dried coat (pictured)
The honey is being collected from hives placed around fields and hedgerows at the Royal family’s rural retreat which is the private property of the Queen.
One shopper from Suffolk who bought a jar of the Sandringham honey said: ‘It is rather expensive – but it tastes absolutely delicious so it is worth it.’
It is believed that the hives were introduced as part of the recent move, pioneered by Prince Charles, to make the 20,000-acre estate fully organic.
The sleek 200ml bottles feature the Sandringham Royal Estate crown symbol and are being sold on the estate (pictured)
A ban on the use of pesticides on the estate and the increased planting of wild flowers is thought to have led to a booming population of bees.
The Sandringham Estate Honey is being produced by Norfolk bee keeper Leigh Goodsell from some of his hives which he keeps and maintains on the Queen’s land.
Labels on the jars say the honey is made by bees which harvest nectar ‘from the avenues of pleached Lime trees and wild flowers including Phacelia, Clover and Blackcurrants.’