While great-grandmother Queen Elizabeth was visiting a hospice, she was gifted two adorable teddy bears for Prince George and Princess Charlotte. The sentiment behind these gifts show the incredible power and kindness of the queen's work and charities.
It was 9-year-old Jack Plummer who gave the cute plush bears to the queen. Plummer's mom died in 2013, and the charity Nelson's Journey gave him comfort. His mother received care from the royal-supported Hospice at Home service. The bears each had a note written out to Prince George and Princess Charlotte. The notes read: "Please look after this bear like Nelson's Journey did to me. From Jack."
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So incredibly sweet, and a gift the littlest royals will surely love, with a note they will cherish as they get older and understand the impact their family has thanks to their incredible support of many charities. This will make their own charity work even more fulfilling, since they will see how they were supported just as much as their family has supported others. Support comes in all measures, great and small.
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The queen was reportedly very appreciative of the gifts. I could just imagine the look on Kate Middleton's face when she passed them along -- pure delight. Princess Charlotte will probably want to nibble on the ears. Prince George may try to fit it into his backpack so he can bring to nursery school for show-and-tell day.
It's truly beautiful all the support the royals give to charities that really need the help. The Queen Mum was actually on official business opening up another hospice called the Tapping House located very close to her Sandringham home.
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