Queen Elizabeth II and Paddington Bear sit down for tea in a special video skit for the Jubilee Concert at the Palace

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Queen Elizabeth II always knows how to have fun, and she proved it on Saturday night with a special skit in honor of her Jubilee Concert Party at the Palace.

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In association with the children’s beloved character Paddington the Bear, Her Majesty filmed the video sketch ahead of the evening celebration. Sitting at a table with the children’s book character, she was shown drinking tea and sharing the bear’s favorite marmalade sandwiches. In conversation, Paddington praised Elizabeth for all she had done for the country, congratulating her on her jubilee.

For tea, the Queen wore a yellow and blue floral dress with a modest neckline, long sleeves and a comfortable fit. The royal made the most of her collection of important antique jewelry, accessorizing the dress with stacked pearls, a sparkling diamond brooch and simple pearl earrings. The Queen also carried a black leather bag with a gold clutch where she kept her marmalade sandwich for later.

Queen Elizabeth II has always favored a modest yet refined style of dress, opting for classic silhouettes but choosing bright colors to make her sartorial statement. Whether it’s her own Jubilee or a royal affair, the royal knows what works for her and often chooses a singular color for her entire ensemble, matching her hat to her shoes and gloves and all. the rest. While the Queen seems to prefer a comfortable flat, on special occasions she has opted for a sensible heel.

The king’s floral dress in the video proves the 96-year-old monarch still knows how to take a fashion risk and look stylish while doing it.

The video ends with the couple called to the concert with the sound of cheering fans.

The Queen’s Platinum Jubilee celebrates Queen Elizabeth II’s unprecedented 70-year reign over the United Kingdom and associated Commonwealths. The Queen is the first British monarch to be awarded a platinum jubilee after seven decades of service to the throne, longer than any other British royal in history. The Platinum Jubilee, which runs from June 2 to June 5, is a four-day public holiday that will feature celebrations across the UK, including parades, performances and other public gatherings.

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