The Queen and her three beloved dogs board a plane in Aberdeen to return to London after her long summer break at Balmoral

She's been enjoying an extended summer break at her Balmoral estate in Scotland, but the holidays are finally at the end for the Queen who is on her way back to London. 
Her Majesty was seen boarding a plane at Aberdeen airport to return to the capital this afternoon, where she will resume her busy schedule of royal engagements. 
The Duke of Edinburgh was not seen with the Queen, but she did have company in the form of three of her beloved Corgis who were driven to the airport in the back of her Range Rover. 
An aide was then seen lifting her treasured pets from the boot and carrying them up the steps of the plane. 
Corgi Willow and dorgis – corgi-dachshund crosses – Vulcan and Candy are the Queen's last remaining pets, and she reportedly vowed not to get another puppy after her 90th birthday.   
The Queen and her three beloved dogs board a plane in Aberdeen to return to London after her long summer break at Balmoral The Queen and her three beloved dogs board a plane in Aberdeen to return to London after her long summer break at Balmoral Reviewed by Alexander Von Stern on 07:39:00 Rating: 5