Queen Consort Camilla makes moving Queen Paddington Bear tribute

Queen consort camilla makes moving queen paddington bear tribute

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Queen Consort Camilla makes moving Queen Paddington Bear tribute. The Queen Consort has described it as ‘a pleasure’ to re-home Paddington bears with vulnerable children at a nursery after thousands of the toys were left in tribute to the late monarch. Camilla chatted with dozens of youngsters cared for by Barnardo’s charity at Bow day nursery in east London, during a picnic complete with marmalade sandwiches. During the visit, Camilla gave the children Paddington bear toys which members of the public had left at the Long Walk in Windsor and outside Buckingham Palace following the Queen’s death in September. They were among more than a thousand teddy bears and soft toys left outside the monarch’s residences. She revealed to a group of children she ‘loves mess’, while she later told them: ‘It has been a pleasure to find a home for these bears – please look after them carefully’.

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