Michael Bond, the creator of the much loved marmalade obsessed 'Paddington Bear' has died at the age of 91.
The children's book author published his first book 'A Bear Called Paddington' in 1958. The author, who born in England in 1926, kept writing until his death. The bear had his own films and TV shows.
Hugh Bonneville, who plays Mr. Brown in the film adaptation and its sequel, released a statement saying, "Michael created a character whose enthusiasm and optimism has given pleasure to millions across the generations."
Michelle Pollino, FOX News.