After Britain's longest-reigning monarch, Queen Elizabeth, passed away at the age of 96 on 8 September, mourners received thousands of gifts, including flowers and teddy bears, outside Buckingham Palace, in royal parks in London and outside Windsor Castle. left.
The Paddington bear, the classic character of English children's literature, was also the protagonist of the commemorative gifts left. More than a thousand Paddington bears and other teddy bears that the British mourned for the Queen had left on the street, along with flowers and notes, were donated. In a statement made yesterday by Buckingham Palace, it was stated that the toys left in memory of the Queen in London and Windsor were donated to a children's charity.
Buckingham Palace and royal parks officials said hundreds of bears left in memory of the Queen will be professionally cleaned before they are handed over to Barnado's, a children's charity.