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Queen Elizabeth II releases cologne for dogs



After reaching the astonishing milestone of marking her 70-year reign as Britain’s monarch, Queen Elizabeth II is on a mission to fulfill all of her life’s dreams as an entrepreneur and businesswoman.

Bang Showbiz recently reported that dog lovers will soon be able to spray their furry best friends with perfume as the royal family member will be releasing her own dog perfume called “Happy Hounds God Cologne.”

The cologne is described as possessing the scents of “coastal walks”, as well as a “rich, musky scent with citrus notes of bergamot”.

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The cologne will be available to dog lovers for $13.53 (R203.33) at the gift shop at Sandringham House, the Queen’s estate in Norfolk, England.

On their website, the Sandringham gift shop has labeled the perfume as “the ideal gift for dog lovers and their furry friends”.

To celebrate Queen Elizabeth II marking her 70th reign, she has also released her own bottle of bubbly, Buckingham Palace English Sparkling Wine, which comes from the Royal Collection Trust, a charitable division of the Royal Household responsible for care for the Royal Collection and manages the public opening of the Queen’s residences”.

According to food & wine, the sparkling wine is a blend of Chardonnay, Pinot Noir and Pinot Meunier grapes grown in Kent and West Sussex.

An announcement from the Royal Collection Trust describes the wine as “enticing aromas of rich and honeyed citrus, white peach and hints of sweet spice”.

Earlier this year, The sun reported that the royal family matriarch will release its own ketchup sauce and brown sauce.

The queen’s ketchup is said to be “great for breakfast or anytime of the day,” while the brown sauce is apparently “packed with vinegar and spices.”

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