Corgis were introduced to the Royal Family by Lizzie's father, King George VI, who bought their first Corgi - named Dookie - in 1933. After seeing the pleasure this brought his daughters, he bought another Corgi - a female named Jane, and then for her eighteenth birthday Elizabeth was given a Corgi of her own named Susan.
Some of the Royal Familys' Corgis were mated with dachshunds to create Dorgis. Currently the Queen owns three Corgis: Monty, Willow and Holly, and three Dorgis: Cider, Candy and Vulcan.
Despite their obvious importance and awesomosity, I don't think we should get too over-Corgied, so let's keep it subtle, OK.
Do you think that'll do?