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Social Media Users Rejoice at Her Majesty’s Hilarious Sketch with Paddington Bear

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Social media users have reacted with delight to the Queen’s performance with the Paddington bear, who kicked off the Party at the Palace performances tonight for her platinum anniversary celebrations.

Tens of thousands of people flocked to Buckingham Palace on Saturday to celebrate Queen Elizabeth’s platinum anniversary and attend a pop concert that began with the 96-year-old monarch having tea with Paddington Bear.

In a short video, the Queen revealed that she kept the bear’s favorite – a marmalade sandwich – in her ever-present handbag. She then started tapping along to the melody of the Queen rock anthem ‘We Will Rock You’, which opened the show.

And social media has gone nuts for the short clip, which compared her sketch to Daniel Craig as James Bond for the opening ceremony at the 2012 London Olympics, where she ‘jumped’ from a helicopter to spend the rest of the performance. to start .

Simon J Goddard said of the skit on Twitter: “The Queen does her best with Paddington Bear: perfect comedic timing.

“I heard she was once nicknamed ‘One Take Windsor’. A good start to the Party at the Palace and the ‘other queen’ storms it!’

Social media users have reacted with delight to the Queen’s performance with Paddington Bear kicking off the Party at the Palace performances tonight for its platinum anniversary celebrations.

One person wrote: ‘I haven’t been involved in all the Jubilee stuff for a long time, but I can’t deny that this little Paddington Bear segment with the Queen was so sweet and adorable.

“Then straight on to Adam Lambert and Queen. It’s wonderful to see so many people come together, more of this please.

Another person said, “The Queen and Paddington Bear were exceedingly brilliant, overshadowed only by her knocking on her china teacup to Queen.”

Michelle O said, ‘Watching Queen’s Jubilee concert. The sketch she made with Paddington Bear and took a sandwich with marmalade from her handbag. Priceless.

“Plus tapping her teaspoon on her cup, the intro to ‘We Will Rock You,’ I fucking love our queen.”

Julie Marriot added: ‘Omg I am absolutely blown away by our queen’s participation with Paddington Bear and marmalade sandwiches in her purse and tapping her teaspoon on the intro to we’ll rock you! Awesome. It will be a fantastic evening for everyone.’

User @st_ua_rt wrote: ‘The Queen plays We Will Rock You on the spoons with Paddington Bear. Cancel the rest of the concert. Tonight has already peaked.’

And social media has gone nuts for the short clip, which compared her sketch to Daniel Craig as James Bond for the opening ceremony at the 2012 London Olympics, where she 'jumped' from a helicopter to spend the rest of the performance. to start

And social media has gone nuts for the short clip, which compared her sketch to Daniel Craig as James Bond for the opening ceremony at the 2012 London Olympics, where she ‘jumped’ from a helicopter to spend the rest of the performance. to start

Em Boulton made a very good point about the proposal of this sketch with Her Majesty.

She said on Twitter: “Everyone’s talking about The Queen and Paddington Bear, but don’t think about the person who had to make the request: ‘Would you like to have tea with a CGI bear, get a sandwich from your handbag and then We’ll play Will Rock You on a teacup?’

And of the Queen’s handbag, Kayla Adams said, “We’ve always wondered what the Queen had in her bag, now we know thanks to Paddington Bear.”

Another person said: ‘I don’t want to alarm anyone outside the UK but we just witnessed the Queen as the ACTUAL Queen perform, we’ll rock you with Paddington Bear at Buckingham Palace… we’re having a wild weekend. †

Tens of thousands of people flocked to Buckingham Palace to celebrate Queen Elizabeth's platinum jubilee on Saturday and watch a pop concert that began with the 96-year-old monarch having tea with Paddington Bear

Tens of thousands of people flocked to Buckingham Palace to celebrate Queen Elizabeth’s platinum jubilee on Saturday and watch a pop concert that began with the 96-year-old monarch having tea with Paddington Bear

Simon J Goddard said of the skit on Twitter:

Simon J Goddard said of the skit on Twitter: “The Queen does her best with Paddington Bear: perfect comedic timing. “I heard she was once nicknamed ‘One Take Windsor’. A good start to the Party at the Palace and the ‘other queen’ storms it!’

A host of performers will take to the stage, including Alicia Keys, Diana Ross and Rod Stewart, before the Queen’s son and heir Prince Charles, and her grandson Prince William, pay tribute to the record-breaking monarch after her 70 years on the run. throne.

By early evening, tens of thousands of people had gathered on the Mall, the main boulevard leading to the palace, and in a nearby park to watch the concert on big screens, while those with tickets surrounded the stage on a warm evening.

The opening video between the Queen and the fictional character of children’s literature had echoes of 2012 when she appeared alongside Britain’s most famous fictional spy James Bond in a video for the opening ceremony of the London Olympics.

The queen was not present at the concert on Saturday due to the ‘episodic mobility problems’ that have caused her to cancel a number of performances in recent times.

Andrew Singleton, a 56-year-old window fitter from northern England who queued for the concert, said the anniversary had helped bring the country together.

“People have traveled from even America to come here and just enjoy the celebrations,” he said.

Earlier in the day, the Queen also missed the Epsom Derby horse race.

Her daughter Princess Anne, who competed in the three-day equestrian event at the 1976 Olympics, replaced her mother, who rarely missed the race during her record-breaking reign and watched television from her home in Windsor Castle.

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