Queen Elizabeth’s son Prince Andrew was seen spending time with the late monarch’s beloved corgis on Monday.
The Duke of York, 62, was spotted at Windsor Castle where the dogs were waiting following Her Majesty’s funeral on Sept. 19.
Two of the Queen’s pups were leashed by two palace guards as Andrew came up to comfort them.
The father of two and embattled royal approached and bent down to pet the corgis — named Muick and Sandy.
Andrew and the rest of the royal family attended the funeral service for the Queen at Westminister Abbey.
He recently caused a stir when he was forced to wear a morning suit rather than his military uniform for the event.
However, he was allowed to wear the uniform to a vigil for the Queen over the weekend.
He had been previously stripped of his royal duties and titles by his mom after being disgraced over his friendship with deceased pedophile Jeffrey Epstein.
Andrew paid tribute to the sovereign on Sept. 18, in a solemn eleventh-hour memorial note.
“Dear Mummy, Mother, Your Majesty, three in one. Your Majesty, it has been an honor and privilege to serve you,” he said in his statement.
“Mother — of the nation, your devotion and personal service to our nation is unique and singular; your people show their love and respect in so many different ways and I know you are looking on honoring their respect,” he continued.
He went on: “Mummy, your love for a son, your compassion, your care, your confidence I will treasure forever. I have found your knowledge and wisdom infinite, with no boundary or containment.”
It was reported last week that Andrew and ex-wife Sarah Ferguson are taking on the Queen’s corgis.
The Queen was known for her love for horses and her precious corgis. She even created her own hybrid breed with her sister Princess Margaret in the 1970s called the “dorgi” — a mix between a dachshund and a corgi.