Spencer was sad that he would soon be leaving all his friends. He didn’t know if he would ever see them again.
All too soon it was time to leave the island. After many goodbyes, they boarded the royal yacht and set sail for England.
Six days later they docked in London. Sir Pigglesworth and Princess Serena had grown to be close friends as they played games during the long voyage home.
They sadly said goodbye but knew they would be seeing each other again.
After saying goodbye to the Queen, the royal family headed to their home in the village of Pigglesworth.
Dozens of piglets ran behind the carriage when it arrived at the village.
Hundreds of pigs lined the streets to welcome the Duchess back home as she rode to the royal palace.
They were very curious to see the new Duke and especially to meet young Sir Pigglesworth, who was cheered like a rock star.
“Wow,” said Sir Pigglesworth. “The people here are really nice.”
“The town has a movie theater, a candy store and so many other things we never had in Pigonia.”
“I think I’m going to like it here!” he said.
“Sir Pigglesworth, this is your grandmother,” said his mom. He gave her a handful of wildflowers and a great big hug. “I love you, Grandma.”
She hugged him back with a big smile on her face.
“And Mother, this is my handsome husband and best friend, Reginald.”
“Hi, Mom!” said the Duke. He gave her a big hug and a kiss on the cheek. Everyone was very happy to be together.
The Duke put his hoof on his son’s shoulder as they looked at the large globe in the study.
“It’s a big world,” he told Spencer, “and the Queen wants you to visit all of it.”
“Yup, and we’re going to start with London next week. I’ll bet that’s even bigger than Pigglesworth,” said Spencer.
The Duke chuckled, and the Duchess joined them for a family hug.
“What are you going to do when you visit new places?” his mother asked.
“I don’t know...but as long as we can all share smiles and fun adventures, I’m sure it’s going to be a blast!”
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