Queen Elizabeth and her dogs grace the cover of Vanity Fair

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Britain's Queen Elizabeth II arrives at the 2016 Chelsea Flower Show in central London, Britain May 23, 2016. REUTERS/Adrian Dennis/Pool
Britain's Queen Elizabeth II arrives at the 2016 Chelsea Flower Show in central London, Britain May 23, 2016. REUTERS/Adrian Dennis/Pool
The Queen's corgis and dorgis steal the show on the latest Vanity Fair cover, celebrating the British Monarch's 90th birthday.

Continuing on her 90th birthday celebrations, Queen Elizabeth has graced the cover of Vanity Fair’s summer issue.

The magazine cover not only features the British monarch, but also captures her beloved family members – her four dogs: Holly, Willow, Vulcan and Candy.

Two corgis and two dorgis – a breed engineered by the queen herself using her own corgis and dachshunds belonging to her late sister, Princess Margaret, sit happily with their mother.

The cover photo was part of a series of photos taken by esteemed photographer Annie Leibovitz after Easter this year.

The photographer was invited into the Queen’s home to capture her milestone birthday on April 21.

The issue also features previously released images of the Queen and her family – which you can see here.

Vanity Fair Queen Elizabeth

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