Princess Charlotte stole the show with her “sweet” response to a scene at the Westminster Abbey Carol Concert. Paddington star Hugh Bonneville.
Recorded earlier this month and aired on Christmas Eve together at christmas The service saw the Cambridge family gather for the event hosted by the Princess of Wales.
The Prince of Wales and Prince George also attended the ceremony, which was filmed earlier this month.
Hugh Bonneville, who plays Mr. Brown, as part of the celebrations Paddington movies, the late Queen II. He gave a reading in memory of Elizabeth.
As it was announced that Bonneville would be reading “a Christmas letter from Paddington Bear”, seven-year-old Charlotte was seen talking excitedly and grinning to her mother, Kate Middleton.
While the clip was shared on Twitter, viewers commented on Charlotte’s excitement.
“Princess Charlotte’s excitement when she heard the word ‘Paddington Bear’ was priceless!” Written by a reviewer.
Another tweet read: “The beautiful Princess Charlotte is excited at the Paddington Bear tribute. The first Christmas without His Majesty is bittersweet, but it’s great to see them united.”
“Charlotte’s reaction when she heard that a letter from Paddington Bear would be read by Hugh Bonneville,” another commenter wrote.
“A Christmas letter from Paddington Bear! The expression on Princess Charlotte’s face was adorable. It finally feels like Christmas,” one Twitter user said.
The Queen was a big fan Paddington and starred opposite the CGI bear voiced by Ben Whishaw in a sketch for the Platinum Jubilee celebrations this summer.
In the prerecorded episode, the Queen enjoyed a lunch of marmalade sandwiches with Paddington.
This Christmas is particularly important to the royal family, as it is not only the first Christmas without the Queen, but also the first Christmas to feature Charles’ King’s Speech.
The Queen had given every televised festive speech since its inaugural broadcast in 1957, when her message had been broadcast on the radio since 1932.
The last time a king gave the address, it was his father, King VI, who stood behind the microphone to reflect the events of 1951. It was George.
Pre-recorded by Her Majesty at Sandringham on 13 December, King’s Speech will be shown on BBC One, BBC Two, ITV One and Sky One at 15:00 and will run for 10 minutes.