Here’s Who Will Voice Donald and Melania Trump in ‘The Queen’s Corgi’

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If you’re obsessed with Queen Elizabeth II’s corgi dogs, you’ll be delighted to see the upcoming movie The Queen’s Corgi. As the title suggests, it’s an animated film about the Queen’s dogs. The movie will include Donald and Melania Trump animated characters. Here’s who will voice Donald and Melania Trump in The Queen’s Corgi.

Queen Elizabeth’s love for corgis

Queen Elizabeth

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The queen is known to be fond of dogs. Her favorite breed is the corgi. Her first dog, named Susan, was an 18th birthday present, according to The Telegraph. “During her reign [Queen Elizabeth II] has owned more than 30 corgis, many of them direct descendants of her first dog,” reports The Telegraph.

In April 2018, the queen was hit hard by the loss of her corgi Willow. The beloved dog was a 14th generation descendant from her first corgi, Susan. Sadly, Willow was suffering from an illness related to cancer. “She has mourned every one of her corgis over the years, but she has been more upset about Willow’s death than any of them… It is probably because Willow was the last link to her parents and a pastime that goes back to her own childhood. It really does feel like the end of an era,” a source told Daily Mail.

Queen Elizabeth currently has two dachshund-corgi mixes. She also adopted a corgi named Whisper after its owner, a former gamekeeper at Sandringham, died, reports The Sun.

The queen treats her dogs like family members

Queen Elizabeth

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Queen Elizabeth loves her corgis so much she even allowed them to be photographed with her for family portraits. On her 90th birthday, when she sat for portraits with her grandchildren, she also posed for photos with her corgis Willow, Vulcan, Holly, and Candy. The portrait was taken on the steps of the Windsor castle grounds.

Dining in style

Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip

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The queen made sure to feed her corgis only the best food. Dr. Roger Mugford, an animal psychologist and behavioral therapist, told Town & Country the corgis dined on homeopathic and herbal remedies along with their favorite food, reports The Telegraph. A butler served their meals. This is how Mugford described the dogs’ meal time:

At feeding times, each dog had an individually designed menu, including an array of homeopathic and herbal remedies. Their food was served by a butler in an eclectic collection of battered silver and porcelain dishes. As I watched, the Queen got the corgis to sit in a semi-circle around her, and then fed them one by one, in order of seniority.

The Queen’s Corgi cast

Julie Walters, Jack Whitehall, and Ray Winstone will be part of the voiceover cast. Whitehall will provide the voice of the main character, Rex, a corgi puppy who hogs all the attention and distracts from the other corgis in the Queen’s court. Walters provides the voice of the queen (Walters’ next role will be in the film Mary Poppins Returns). Winstone, Sheridan Smith, and Matt Lucas will provide the voices of the other corgis. Tom Courtenay will provide the voice of the Duke of Edinburgh.

Here’s who will voice Donald and Melania Trump in The Queen’s Corgi

Jon Culshaw will provide the voice of Donald Trump’s character and Debra Stevenson will provide the voice for Melania Trump’s character, reports The Wrap.

Read more: How Queen Elizabeth II Lives Like Us, Even Though She’s Royalty

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