Over 100 corgis were at Sentosa's Tanjong Beach on 2 December, where they competed against one another in a “Royal Corgi Race” and a “Resist Temptation Competition”. There were also awards such as "Best Dressed Corgi" and "Best Corgi Butt". Gatherers also witnessed a corgi wedding, complete with dog-friendly cake. For more photos: PHOTOS: Fluffy butts swarm Sentosa at 'largest corgi event in Singapore history' Follow Yahoo Lifestyle Singapore on Facebook .
It was a fur-filled event on Saturday (2 December) morning as over a hundred corgis frolicked in the sands of Tanjong Beach on Sentosa island.
Ever since she was gifted her first Pembroke Welsh Corgi named Dookie at the age of 7, she’s kept the breed as her constant companions. Like many canine pals offer their owners, the royal receives unconditional and unlimited love from the dwarf dogs. Vanity Fair reports in the August issue of the magazine in an exposé of the monarch’s relationship with her dogs called “Queen Elizabeth and Her Corgis: A Love Story” that she even feeds them herself and takes them on daily walks, which is therapeutic (her husband, Prince Philip, the Duke of Edinburgh, calls it her “dog mechanism”). Queen Elizabeth at the airport in 1974 traveling with her corgis.