The death of Queen Elizabeth II moved the whole world. In addition to numerous heads of state and government, celebrities and Hollywood stars, there was a particularly touching farewell greeting from the animal kingdom: from Paddington Bear!
Two days after the Queen's death, William and Harry and their wives visited Windsor Castle. While William and Kate spoke to the grieving fans, a young girl presented the prince with a Paddington Bear toy. The newly appointed Prince of Wales then points to the other tributes that have been laid and asks where to put his new gift. 'Should it go there or should I keep it?' he can be heard asking. The young Royal fan decides that William should keep the gift as her father tells him: 'Both, maybe you'll give it to your kids'. And that's exactly what Prince William did. In a sweet moment, he tells the young girl that he wants to give it to his eldest son. 'I might give it to George, thank you very much,' Prince William can be heard saying. What a lovely gesture! (cba)