More than one thousand teddy bears are currently on the move.
Stuffed animals left by well-wishers after Queen Elizabeth II's death are being given to children in need.
The Paddington Bears and other characters were originally placed outside castles across the U.K.
Now, these comfort toys are being shipped off to children.
Staff and volunteers professionally cleaned and donated the stuffed animals to Barnardo's, a British children's charity. The organization provides support services for vulnerable children and young adults.
Queen Elizabeth II served as the charity's patron from 1983 to 2016, the group's website says.
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