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Pets & Animals
Royals and their furry friends
Queen Elizabeth may be famous for her love of corgis, but she’s not the only royal to spend some quality time with members of the animal kingdom. From Camilla's close encounter with a kangaroo to Prince Harry's romp with a puppy, take a look at royals hanging out with animals.
A royal love of animals
Queen Elizabeth may be famous for her love of corgis, but she’s not the only royal to spend some quality time with members of the animal kingdom. From Camilla's close encounter with a kangaroo to Prince Harry's romp with a puppy, take a look at these fun images of royals with animals.
Prince William and Duchess Kate meet Leuca the koala during a visit to Taronga Zoo in Sydney, Australia on April 20, 2014.
Irish eyes are smiling
Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge, presents shamrocks to members of the 1st Battalion Irish Guards -- including the battalion's mascot, Irish wolfhound Domhnall -- at the St Patrick's Day Parade at Mons Barracks on March 17, 2013, in Aldershot, England.
Royal with a rhino
Prince William poses with a 5-year-old black rhino called Zawadi and BBC's Kate Silverton, as he visits Port Lympne Wild Animal Park on June 6, 2012 in Port Lympne, England. Prince William was visiting the park to meet staff and rhinos involved in a translocation project.
Prince William holds a tarantula spider as he officially opens the Darwin Centre at the Natural History Museum in London on September 14, 2009. Prince William joined Sir David Attenborough to open an eight-story extension to the museum, which is in the shape of a cocoon.
Camilla and Prince Charles look at deer during a visit to the Todaiji Temple on October 29, 2008 in Tokyo, Japan. The deer are seen as messengers from God and inhabit the grounds of the ancient temple, which is the largest wooden building in the world.
Prince William examines sheep at an organic farm, which is part of the estate at Highgrove House, his home in Gloucestershire, England, on May 29, 2004. The young royal inherited his interest in organic farming from his father, Prince Charles.