George’s adorable reaction to Queen’s hilarious Paddington bear sketch ‘Look at Gan Gan!’ | Royal | News

He also saw comedians and actors such as Lee Mack and Stephen Fry occupying a central position throughout the night.

However, the best and most surprising act involved the queen herself, who took part in a sketch with the Paddington bear.

The video was shown at Buckingham Palace and on maxi screens scattered around the mall.

He showed how the monarch hosts a famous bear for tea at his residence in London and discovers, after a series of Paddington accidents, she always keeps a sandwich with jam in her bag.

The appearance of the queen on the screen surprised many viewers of the show – including her great-grandson Prince George.

The eight-year-old was photographed with a huge smile while playing a sketch.

As he sat next to him, Prince William seemed to enjoy the show equally.

Sharing a picture of the moment on Twitter, photographer Chris Jackson wrote: “Prince George is enjoying the lead role of Paddington Bear with his dad at last night’s #PlatinumPartyAtThePalace.”

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Retweeting the picture, royal editor Rebecca English commented: “Very sweet. Look at gan-gan!”

Other royal observers were thrilled to see the boy surprised by his great-grandmother.

A report by fans of Kate and William’s family called The Cambridges says, “So wonderful”.

Other Twitter users were simply happy to see Prince George and his sister Princess Charlotte in attendance.


@tizzi_te tweeted: “Wonderful celebration, Charlotte and George looked wonderful during the concert.”

@ shortielady7 wrote: “Prince George stole the show to the end”.

And @flyingboomerang added, “I love how Prince George and Princess Charlotte sang along with their parents.”

Indeed, the brothers and sisters were seen engaged during a two-hour concert.

As Queen and Adam Lambert performed We Will Rock You, the children clapped their hands following the rhythm of the song.

It seemed that George really appreciated the performance of Sweet Caroline and he was noticed singing it all.

The appearance of the Cambridges children at the concert came just hours after they marked the big first.

On Saturday afternoon, Charlotte and George accompanied their parents on their first official visit to Wales.

Four members of the royal family visited Cardiff Castle, where they met with the royal wishes as well as the people involved in the preparation of the local jubilee concert.

While on the castle grounds, the third in line for the throne was pictured doing a technical table check.

Charlotte, on the other hand, grinned at her brother as she conducted the musicians in the performance of Disney’s Encant We Don’t Talk About Bruno.

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