Queen Elizabeth II said goodbye to Paddington and declassified what she keeps in her purse

Queen Elizabeth II said goodbye to Paddington and declassified what she keeps in her purse

Paddington Bear, the protagonist of the work of the English writer Michael Bond and the films and series of the same name, congratulated Queen Elizabeth II of Great Britain on the 70th anniversary of her reign. A video featuring the monarch and a favorite of adults and children was published on the YouTube channel of Buckingham Palace.

Elizabeth II chalked up to Paddington and declassified what she kept in her purse

Elizabeth II and the Little Bear Paddington

In the video, Paddington showed the Queen the marmalade sandwiches that she keeps under her red hat, in response, Elizabeth II admitted that she also keeps marmalade sandwiches in her purse: “I keep mine here. For later”.

Also, during a tea party in the drawing room of Windsor Castle, Paddington congratulated Queen Elizabeth II on the 70th anniversary of her reign, wished “a happy jubilee”, and thanked “ for everything”. The character was voiced by British actor Ben Whishaw.

“That's very nice”, replied the 96-year-old Queen of Great Britain.

The video also starred actor Simon Farnaby, who played the unfortunate security guard in the original films. The very image of Paddington was created using computer graphics. The video was filmed back in March, and its premiere was kept secret.

Recall that Kate Middleton will try herself as a director. According to rumors, the Duchess of Cambridge is preparing a documentary.