The Paddingtons and teddy bears that were left in tribute to Queen Elizabeth II have arrived at their permanent home.
Queen Camilla visited Barnardo’s Nursery in East London this morning, where she dropped off hundreds of toys that had been left near royal residences by mourners in the wake of the late monarch’s death. To mark the occasion, the queen attended a special teddy bears picnic, where she personally distributed some of the toys.
For the outing, where the queen consort led a fleet of electric taxis delivering the toys, Camilla wore a long-sleeved, forest-green coat dress with two-tone lapels and cuffs. She finished the look with a pair of black boots, an array of jewelry including pearl drop earrings, and a purple mockingbird brooch, while carrying a small top-handle bag.
Actors Hugh Bonneville and Madeleine Harris, who play Mr Brown and Judy Brown in the Paddington film franchise, also joined the queen consort …