The touching present that the Prince of Wales will give to his son Prince George following the passing of the Queen has been made public.
When Prince William traveled to Windsor on Saturday with his wife Kate, brother Harry, and Meghan, he was in good company.
While performing as the “fab four,” a young girl in the crowd gave the Prince of Wales a sweet gift: a Paddington bear teddy.
Given that the Queen and Paddington Bear’s TV sketch had delighted viewers across the UK, it was an incredibly kind gift.
The hilarious video was made public to commemorate the Platinum Jubilee, which marked 70 years of her rule.
Currently, Prince William can be seen thanking the girl for the “sweet” gift in video taken by Sky News.
Do you want me to keep it or move that over there? He queried her.
Prince William had a better idea when the young girl said she wanted him to keep it.
“I might give it to George, thank you very much,” he said.
In honor of Her Majesty’s well-known TV appearance, people also left marmalade sandwiches, Paddington Bear’s favorite snack, among the gifts.
The most exquisite flowers in vivid colors were shared, along with numerous other tributes to the Queen.
Only a few days have passed since the Queen passed away at the age of 96 at her Scottish summer home, Balmoral, surrounded by those she loved.
On September 19, politicians, world leaders, and of course her family will attend her funeral.
On Thursday, Prince William traveled to Balmoral.
Then, on Friday, he returned to Windsor, where he had an emotional reunion with Kate and their three kids.
Kate shared Louis’ first words after learning of the Queen’s passing. It has been a heartbreaking time for the royal family.
One onlooker outside Windsor Castle heard Kate overheard saying, “Louis said at least Grannie is with great grandpa now.”