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Many People Give Condolences To Queen Elizabeth II

Tribute To Queen 

Many people have been paying tribute to II since her passing was announced on Thursday. Another British icon with a very special connection to the late is Paddington Bear; he thanked our late Queen in his statement and said, “Thank you, Ma’am, for everything,” ran the message on Paddington’s official account shortly after announced the death of the Queen. She had ruled over the for a record-breaking seven decades.

The Condolences 

Last June, the monarch starred opposite the beloved Peruvian rainforest native (voiced by ) in a skit that aired for attendees celebrating the 70th anniversary of her accession to the throne at a concert in London. In the sketch, Paddington joined the Queen for tea inside Buckingham Palace. “Thank you for having me,” the bear said. He does hope the Queen had a lovely Jubilee.” Queen Elizabeth II offered Paddington some tea, prompting him to guzzle it from the teapot. Luckily, the faux pas was amended by the duo’s shared love of marmalade sandwiches. The beloved bear pulled one from under his red hat before the Queen retrieved one from her handbag. She keeps her in here, she said, for the future.

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The Official Statement 

“Her majesty is famous for her sense of humour, so it should be no surprise that she decided to take part in tonight’s sketch,” Buckingham Palace said of the skit in a statement, per AP. “There was an interest in the filming and animation process and the opportunity to invite a famous bear to tea was just too much fun to miss.”

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