Camilla delivers Paddington bears left in tribute to late Queen to nursery

Camilla delivers paddington bears left in tribute to late queen to nursery

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The Queen Consort personally delivers Paddington bears which were left in tribute to the late Queen, to children at a Barnardo’s Nursery in Bow, East London. During the visit, Camilla spoke with young children, one of whom shared a little cuddle with the royal. The Queen Consort was joined by Paddington actor Hugh Bonneville and the pair were spotted enjoying a marmalade sandwich at the event. Report by Roshni Patel.

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