The Internet Is Melting Over The View Of The Queen & Paddington

There was a very special guest at Queen Elizabeth II‘s Platinum Jubilee. A very special, furry guest with feet instead of hands. You guessed it, Paddington Bear fall for a sandwich with the Queen. We are still in shock.

To celebrate the Queen’s 70th birthday in the role, Buckingham Palace hosted a series of celebratory events to mark the milestone. However, the royal palace pulled out all the stops and enlisted the help of Britain’s biggest celebrity – Paddington.

In the video Paddington and the Queen are sitting at opposite ends of a candlestick table having a cheerful chat and a cup. Supposedly, they had just discussed the best way to dry Paddington’s blue coat without tearing the buttons.

Being the gentleman (or let me tell you, gentleman) is Paddington, he offers her majesty a jam sandwich. Queen Lizzy responds, telling Paddington that she is also frothing cheeky bloody jam. Twinning.

“I’m holding mine here,” she says, gesturing to her purse, “for later.” Damn, I hope no nightclub security guard ever checks on the Queen. She would be in a quarrel!

Paddington then flips his red hat and wishes the Queen a Happy Jubilee. I swear to God, where can I find a decent man to wish ME a happy Jubilee? Ugh.

The video ends with the Queen striking the beat to Queen’s “We Will Rock You” (the band) with a teaspoon on a cup and saucer. It was at this point I was convinced I was hallucinating but apparently not. Neither were the people on Twitter.

Ever since they fell early on Sunday morning, the collaboration we never knew was needed has gone viral all over the world.

Buckingham Palace will be glad the sketch survived so well after the advance to the Platinum Jubilee was marred by controversy.

In early May it was announced Prince Andrew, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle the Duchess of Sussex would not be allowed to sit in the royal balcony during the holidays.

“After careful consideration, the Queen has decided that this year’s traditional balcony appearance of Trooping the Color on Thursday, June 2, will be limited to Her Majesty and those members of the royal family who are currently undertaking official public duties on behalf of the Queen. “the palace. said according to the ABC.

Did anyone say (Earl Gray) tea?


Image: YouTube @TheRoyalFamily

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