Camilla donates Paddington Bears left in tribute to late Queen

Camilla donates paddington bears left in tribute to late queen

The Telegraph published this video item, entitled “Camilla donates Paddington Bears left in tribute to late Queen” – below is their description.

The Queen Consort took part in a special teddy bear’s picnic as she re-homed armfuls of cuddly toys left in tribute to Queen Elizabeth II.

The bears, which were among the thousands left outside royal residences in London and Windsor had been professionally cleaned, to be donated.

Many of the bears have been given to Barnardo’s nursery in East London, of which the Queen Consort is a patron. The rest are being given to children in need across the country.

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