The queen’s love for her corgis reaches such proportions that there are always bowls of these wonderful dogs on her dining table along with ordinary human food. Obviously, such a serving could not do without incidents.

“The incident occurred in 2008, when Alan Johnson, now a former Home secretary from the Labour Party, dined with the Queen at Windsor Castle. After the meal, Mr. Johnson noticed that he “especially liked the cheese and unusual dark cookies” prepared by the queen,” royal biographer Robert Harman shares with Express.

Only that dark cookie was meant for dogs, and Secretary Paul Murphy had to inform the former minister about it. It is still unknown why the queen did not warn the guest against eating for corgi — perhaps she just wanted to show off the work of her cooks.