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Queen Consort Camilla showed off the Paddington Bears that were left in memory of Elizabeth

Now dozens of toys will go to the children who are cared for by the Camille Foundation.

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Queen Consort Camilla showed dozens of teddy bears left by fans along with bouquets and touching notes after the death of Queen Elizabeth II. The Daily Mail writes about this.

Now all the bears have been collected, brought into proper form and they will serve a good cause. They will be given to charity – to the Queen Consort Camilla Foundation, which supports vulnerable children.

Hundreds of Paddington bears were left with bouquets and notes at Buckingham Palace after the death of Queen Elizabeth.

Many The character of a children's film has become associated with the Queen after a touching video was filmed for the Monarch's Platinum Jubilee in which Elizabeth and Paddington met for a cup of tea.

Queen Consort Camilla showed off the Paddington Bears left in memory of Elizabeth

Queen consort Camilla showed the Paddington bears left in memory of Elizabeth

< p>The video opened a series of BBC stories celebrating her 70th birthday on the throne. And he became very popular.

Prince William admitted that he was moved to tears when he saw teddy bears at the gates of Buckingham Palace and promised that they would “be sure to take care of”.

Last evening A spokesman for Buckingham Palace said all the bears have been collected and are now at Buckingham Palace, Clarence House and the Royal Parks Nursery in Hyde Park.

They will be cleaned, laundered and donated to the Barnardo Children's Trust.

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The Queen was the patron of this charity from 1983 to 2016 before handing over its management to the Duchess Camilla, who was already its head.

It should be noted that the photo of Camilla with teddy bears was taken last week, October 13 , 64 years after Michael Bond's first Paddington book was published.

It told how a bear from Peru was taken into care by the Brown family, who found him in the London station that bears his name, with a battered suitcase and a blue coat with a note “Please look after this bear”.

Barnardo Foundation Executive Director Lynn Perry said: “Her Majesty has patronized the foundation for over 30 years and we are honored to be able to give a home to the bears that people have left in her memory.”

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“We promise to take care of these bears that will be loved and brought joy to the children we support. We are incredibly grateful to the Queen Consort for her support,” said Lynn.