Queen's corgis 'attack' Princess Beatrice's terrier Max
Prince Andrew’s daughter Beatrice was heartbroken when the Queen’s corgis savaged her beloved terrier Max just days after another family dog died.
Princess Beatrice's pet dog Max has been attacked by the Queen's corgis, it was claimed last night.
The 11-year-old terrier nearly lost an ear and suffered horrific bites during the fight at Balmoral a week ago.
It comes just days after another of Beatrice's family dogs, Millie, died of natural causes.
The fight is believed to have started after the Queen's six dogs were taken for a walk with the York family's three Norfolk terriers last Sunday.
The Queen owns three corgis, called Monty, Holly, Willow, and three dorgis – a dachshund and corgi cross – named Cider, Candy and Vulcan.
A source reportedly said: 'It was really nasty. The Queen's dog boy was taking the corgis for a walk and they were joined by the Norfolk terriers, which came [to Balmoral] with Prince Andrew.
'They were being taken along the long corridor leading to the Tower Door before being let into the grounds for a walk and they all became over-excited.