Paddingtons & Teddy Bears Left After Queen Elizabeth’s Death To Be Donated To Children’s Hospital

The Barnado’s Children organization, whose patronage the late king gave to Queen Camilla in 2016, will receive more than 1,000 Paddington bears and teddy bears. Following Queen Elizabeth’s passing, more than 1,000 Paddington bears and teddy bears left by members of the public outside the royal residences.

in London and Windsor will be donated to children’s hospitals. The decision to donate the Paddington bears and other stuffed animals to the nonprofit Barnado’s Children Services, which the late monarch left to Queen Camilla in 2016, was made public on Saturday by Buckingham Palace, The Royal Parks, and the charity.A press announcement stated that the teddy bears would all be expertly cleaned and distributed in the upcoming weeks. Her Royal Highness The Queen Consort, 75, appeared in a new photo alongside several Paddington bears and teddy bears to commemorate the announcement. In the picture, Queen Camilla was posed in a black outfit in front of a sizable gathering of stuffed animals.

On Thursday, which was the 64th anniversary of the release of the original Paddington bear book, the official photograph was taken in the Morning Room at Clarence House. The teddy bears are presently being well-cared for at Buckingham Palace, Clarence House, and the Royal Parks nursery located in Hyde Park while they wait to be handed to the nonprofit organization, according to the statement.In a statement, Barnado’s Chief Executive Lynn Perry MBE expressed her gratitude for the initiative and noted the late Queen Elizabeth’s involvement with the charity for more than 30 years. She also vowed to care for the bears, who will be cherished and bring joy to the kids we support. The statement said,

We are extremely grateful to Her Majesty The Queen Consort for her assistance in assisting us to raise awareness of the needs of vulnerable children and young people in the UK so that we may continue to support them through our essential services. In the funny farce, the monarch invited the cherished bear over for tea and revealed that she always carries a marmalade sandwich in her handbag.

Paddington Bear’s Twitter touched hearts with a straightforward expression of appreciation after hearing the news of the Queen’s passing. The beloved bear’s account at the time tweeted, Thank you, Ma’am, for everything.

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