Royal Parks asks mourners to stop leaving teddy bears and jars of marmalade as tribute to Queen

The Royal Parks charity has asked mourners to stop leaving Paddington bears and jars of marmalade as tributes to Queen Elizabeth II and bring unwrapped floral tributes instead. The decision comes after thousands of people paid their respect to Queen Elizabeth by laying teddy bears, food, and balloons. The charity has said that organic material is preferable in the interests of sustainability. This footage, filmed on September 9, shows a mourner leaving a Paddington bear toy and a jar of marmalade for the Queen in Green Park on the first official day of mourning (September 9). A note attached says: "Please look after him", in a touching nod to the iconic scene filmed for her Jubilee celebrations when he joined her for tea.