Paddington creator remembered at memorial service

A celebration of the life of Paddington Bear creator Michael Bond has been held at St Paul’s Cathedral in London.

Excerpts from Bond’s work were read by members of his family, while stars from the Paddington films – among them Hugh Bonneville – read tributes from fans.

Writer and broadcaster Stephen Fry was at Tuesday’s service and remembered the author, who died in June aged 91, as “a decent

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