When the Queen’s favourite dog, Rex, becomes lost, he must make new friends and embrace new adventures in order to find his way back to the palace.
The Queen’s Corgi is clearly trying to emulate the success and charm of The Secret Life of Pets, instead it’s like a dog chasing its own tail.
The humour mostly falls flat, they’ve tried to put in jokes to entertain the parents. But they’ve not got the balance right. Which means it’s full of jokes children won’t relate to and an overly simple plot, that will bore anyone over 3-years old. Avoid at all costs.