Queen Elizabeth II, who ruled the United Kingdom for 70 years until her peaceful d*ath on September 8, will be remembered by many for years and decades to come. From her work as a leader to her role as a mother and grandmother, the late Queen left a huge legacy. On Thursday, November 24, Queen Consort Camilla preserved her legacy by honoring the Queen by handing out hundreds of Paddington Bears left behind by my mourner at royal residences.
Together with the stars of the 2014 movie Paddington, Hugh Bonneville and Madeleine Harris, the royals spoke to children at a kindergarten in London and gave them their new huggable gifts. In addition to the school, all remaining bears will be donated to the Barnardo Children’s Charitable Trust, a gesture we are sure the Queen will be proud of.
“The Queen Consort delivered hundreds of Paddington Bears and stuffed animals that were left in honor of Her Late Majesty Queen Elizabeth to the children supported by @barnardos‘ the royal family wrote. Twitter along with photos of royalty and actors interacting with children.
In another tweetwhich included some adorable photos of the kids and their new toys, the Royals also added Bonneville’s short story “Paddington Takes a Bath” to the class.
“Those involved in the project hope that the teddy bears will be greatly loved by the children supported by Barnardo for many years, while at the same time understanding the history of the bears and how they became a gift,” the royal family wrote. “Please take care of those bears”
Paddington bears have become a touching symbol for the late Queen as she appeared in a rare bear comedy skit during her platinum birthday in June. People reported.
Prior to today’s large donation, Camilla appeared in a portrait on October 15, where she showed off the extensive Paddington collection.
The Queen Consort is pictured with some of the 1,000 teddy bears that were left in honor of Queen Elizabeth. “The bears have been washed to make sure they look their best before arriving at their new home.”
Against the backdrop of the adorable shot, Prince Louis’ 2018 christening royal portrait of Prince William, Kate Middleton, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle was seen as a significant olive branch and gesture amid ongoing feuds. Sweet gestures after sweet gestures!
Before you leave, click here for more touching photos from Queen Elizabeth II’s funeral.
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