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Michael Bond Dead - Paddington Bear Creator Passes Away at 91

Michael Bond Dead - Paddington Bear Creator Passes Away at 91

Michael Bond, the creator of the beloved children’s character Paddington Bear, has passed away at the age of 91.

The official Paddington Bear Facebook page confirmed the sad news, and posted a video to commemorate the author.

“It is with great sadness that we have to inform you all that yesterday Michael Bond CBE passed away. He will be missed by many,” the page wrote.

He reportedly was battling an illness and passed away at home on Tuesday (June 27). Paddington Bear was featured in 20 books, a television series and a feature film.

Our thoughts are with Michael‘s loved ones during this time.

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