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Queen Consort Camilla Joins Children for a Paddington Bear Tea Party

Camilla, Queen Consort is having a lovely celebration.

The 75-year-old royal joined children at a kindergarten on Thursday (November 24) in East London, England.

During her appearance, she helped to give out hundreds of Paddington Bears and other stuffed animals left by mourners following the death of Queen Elizabeth back in September.

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Royal Christmas Plans Revealed: Are Prince Harry & Meghan Markle Invited?

A royal expert is dishing on the royal family’s annual Christmas plans and there is some news about the celebration.

Each year before her death, Queen Elizabeth would host a big royal family celebration at the Sandringham country estate.

Now, it’s been revealed what the royals might be doing for Christmas, and if Meghan Markle and Prince Harry, plus their kids Archie and Lilibet, will be making the trip from California to the UK.

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Man Arrested for Throwing Eggs at King Charles & Queen Consort Camilla, Video Emerges of Incident

An incident occurred as King Charles and Camilla, Queen Consort, arrived for a welcoming ceremony at the Micklegate Bar during an official visit to Yorkshire on Wednesday afternoon (November 9) in York, England.

As the royal couple greeted visitors and onlookers, a member of the public began pelting eggs to apparently try and hit the monarch.

Click inside to see the video of the incident and find out what he was screaming while egging the royals…

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The Paddington Bears Left After Queen Elizabeth's Death Will Be Donated to Children's Hospitals

There’s a plan in place to donate all of the stuffed bears – including Paddington Bears – to the Children’s Hospital following the death of Queen Elizabeth II.

Many royal fans and mourners left the stuffed animals in remembrance of the late monarch last month. The official Paddington Twitter account also paid tribute to her Majesty.

Buckingham Palace and the royal parks revealed over the weekend that all of the bears will be professionally cleaned before being delivered to Barnardo’s, a children’s charity.

The late Queen had been patron of the charity for more than 30 years, and in 2016 she passed the patronage to Camilla, the wife of King Charles III and now known as the Queen Consort.

“We are honored to be able to gives homes to the teddies that people left in her memory,” Lynn Perry, chief executive of Barnardo’s shared in a statement. “We promise to look after these bears who will be well-loved and bring joy to the children we support.”

The statement continued, “We are incredibly grateful to Her Majesty The Queen Consort for her support in helping us to raise awareness of the needs of vulnerable children and young people in the U.K. so that we can continue to support them through our vital services.”

If you’re unaware, Queen Elizabeth and Paddington Bear were linked together after appearing in a short comedy video during Platinum Jubilee celebrations earlier this year to mark the monarch’s 70 years on the throne.

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