Can you find Queen Elizabeth in this sea of corgis?

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The Loyal Royals: The Queen's Corgis

Queen Elizabeth II: the longest reigning British monarch, the first British monarch to reach their 90th birthday and, of course, a huge corgi fan.

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In honor of Her Majesty's ninth decade, we've made her dream of being hidden in a sea of royal corgis come true. Take a look at our puzzle — can you spot The Queen?

Can you find Queen Elizabeth in this sea of corgis? By @maxknobs

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Related: Also take a look back at Queen Elizabeth's coronation:
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Coronation of Queen Elizabeth II on June 2, 1953
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Can you find Queen Elizabeth in this sea of corgis?
The royal carriage of Queen Elizabeth II passes along Victoria Embankment on its way to Westminster Abbey, on June 02, 1953, during the ceremony of coronation of the Queen. The Queen was solemnly crowned at Westminster Abbey in London. (Photo credit should read -/AFP/Getty Images)
Queen Elizabeth II poses with the royal sceptre 02 June 1953 after being crowned solemnly at Westminter Abbey in London. Elizabeth was proclaimed Queen in 1952 at age 25. (Photo credit should read STF/AFP/Getty Images)
(FILES) Britain's Queen Elizabeth II (L) accompanied by Prince Philip waves to the crowd, 02 June 1953, after being crowned solemnly at Westminter Abbey in London. Queen Elizabeth II was set Thursday 20 December 2007, to become the oldest monarch, overtaking her great-great grandmother Queen Victoria amid signs the royal family is preparing for life after 81-year-old 'Lillibet'. Victoria died in 1901 aged 81 years and 243 days, and Elizabeth will mark passing the milestone with neither pomp nor ceremony, spending the day as usual with her husband of 60 years, Prince Philip. AFP PHOTO/FILES (Photo credit should read STRINGER/AFP/Getty Images)
Queen's Guards marching along Pall Mall as part of Queen Elizabeth II's Coronation procession, London, 2nd June 1953. (Photo by Hulton Archive/Getty Images)
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