A corgi dog named Obi, with a British Union Jack flag wrapped around the neck, looks on during the Corgicam event taking place at Leadenhall Market, central London.
Image: Paul Ellis / AFP Wearing a Union Jack bandana, Obi the corgi stares intently at the camera as he snuggles on a floral sofa with a woman in a tiara."The queen would approve," his owner says after the photo session, giving him a snack.Corgis—lively brown-and-white dogs with pointed ears and short legs—are closely associated with Queen Elizabeth II, who celebrates her Platinum Jubilee this week.
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