Eagle-eyed fans spot hidden detail in new Queen Consort snap
Eagle-eyed fans have noticed a sweet detail in a new photo of Queen Consort Camilla that was shared over the weekend.
The photo was in celebration of the 64th anniversary of the first Paddington bear book, with the Queen Consort sitting with a number of stuffed Paddington teddy bears that were left in tribute for Queen Elizabeth II after her passing last month.
The royal family shared the photo, with the caption reading, "The Queen Consort is pictured with some of the 1,000 teddy bears that were left in tribute to Queen Elizabeth, and will shortly find new loving homes with @barnardos_uk children’s services.
"The bears have been scrubbed up to look their best, before they are delivered to their new home.
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"The bears are currently being well looked after at Buckingham Palace, Clarence House and in the Royal Parks nursery located in Hyde Park."
The Queen famously appeared in a sketch with Paddington for her Platinum Jubilee earlier this year, with many royal fans leaving the stuffed bear throughout the UK in tribute. In the sweet sketch, Her Majesty had tea with Paddington, before revealing she had a marmalade sandwich in her handbag.
Prince William admitted he got "choked up" with he saw the Paddingtons, saying, "It is the things you don't expect that get to you."
However, fans were quick to notice that Camilla had surrounded herself with photos of the Queen and the royal family, including Prince Harry and Meghan Markle.
In one photo, the Queen Consort was seen with the King, the Prince and Princess of Wales, their three children and the Duke and Duchess of Sussex at Prince Louis' christening in 2018.
Another snap was taken at the Queen's diamond jubilee in 2012 and showed the late monarch with her husband Prince Philip.
The Queen Mother was also seen in a close-up portrait, a sweet nod to the King's grandmother.
The Queen was a patron of Barnardo's from 1983 to 2016, before passing it over to Camilla.
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