Queen Elizabeth II, the Queen of England, grabbed attention by appearing in a short film with the famous Paddington Bear at the Jubilee ceremony .
Queen Elizabeth surprised millions of viewers by appearing in a startling short cartoon Paddington Bear at the Jubilee Party
Queen Elizabeth and the famous bear enjoyed together to the tune of “We Will Rock You”, drank two cups of tea and used silver spoons as a unique way to start the festivities.
The concert was the highlight of the third day to celebrate the platinum jubilee of the record-breaking 96-year-old Queen Elizabeth, with an audience of 22,000 outside Buckingham Palace.
The Queen opened the activities of the third day to celebrate the Platinum Jubilee, through an animated film with Paddington Bear, which was produced and supervised by the BBC in a video of approximately two and a half minutes.
“The opportunity to invite a famous bear to tea was just too much fun to miss,” a palace spokesman told the London-based Sunday Times.
A Buckingham Palace source added that ” Her majesty is well known for her sense of humor, so it should be no surprise that she decided to take part in tonight’s sketch”
The film was kept secret for several months by Buckingham Palace, BBC Studios and the Happy Films Studio Canal.
Participants in the film, which was shot at Windsor Castle, praised the Queen’s cleverness and warmth during filming, saying that she was shining and made them all feel at ease.