Mascot steals the show, calls the color ‘the most gorgeous dog walk ever’

Seamus, the Irish wolfhound, is the official mascot of the Guards Corps and sent social media into a tailspin as they dubbed the parade “the most gorgeous dog walk ever.”

Irish wolfhound Seamus steals the show at Trooping the Color

As the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee festivities begin, all eyes are on London’s Royal Troops gathering in London.

But so far, the focus has not been on the Duchess of Cambridge, Prince Harry, or even HRH, as the Irish Guards mascot is currently stealing the show.

Seamus, a wolfhound I love, is the official mascot of the Guards Corps and has sent social media into a tailspin as they dubbed the parade “the most gorgeous dog walk ever.”

Twitter was flooded with comments about what a good kid Seamus was, as live news cameras followed his every move.







Seamus is a good boy, yes
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What do you think of Seamus? Let us know in the comments…

One Twitter user said: “I don’t understand much of the parade, but this dog is cute. I’ll give it to you, Brit. Seamus is cute.”

Another wrote: “We understand that Seamus is doing well and has not been demoted for biting the queen or misbehaving – vote for the dog again!”

Then a third wrote: “Don’t Seamus look spectacular? This has to be the most gorgeous dog walk ever.”

“There’s a dog in a group of colors ahhhhh,” another user exclaimed.

Another simply wrote: “Dogs are cool”

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Kalyn Horne said: “The dog has been the star of the show so far. #cronkitelondon! #TroopingtheColor. ”

The dog, Seamus, was handled by Irish Guard drummer Adam Walsh.

The Queen’s official birthday honours roll was revealed last night, and today kicked off a four-day bank holiday, with the country getting a free pass to get the streets full of parties, Pimms and Union Jack bunting.

The festivities began at 10am today with the participation of the 1st Battalion of the Irish Guard and the RAF Flyover.

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