Oh, bother! It looks like Winnie-the-Pooh has wandered outside of Hundred Acre Wood.
In Dorset, England at a children's charity event, a fluffy cloud appeared overhead that looked exactly like the lovable bear. The charity-goers at the benefit for the Children's Heart Surgery Fund captured the spectacular moment on camera when the Winnie-the-Pooh cloud showed up, and the resemblance is remarkably similar.
Author A.A. Mine first brought the popular Winnie-the-Pooh character to life in a collection of stories in 1926. Most recently, Pooh appeared in a new story where the residents of Hundred Acre Wood met Queen Elizabeth II and Prince George.
The new adventure united Winnie-the-Pooh with Queen Elizabeth II for the "Bear of Very Little Brain," which was published to celebrate their joint 90th birthday year, according to The Telegraph. In the recent story, titled Winnie-the-Pooh and the Royal Birthday, "Pooh leaves the Hundred Acre Wood for London, accompanied by Christopher Robin, Piglet and Eeyore, hoping to deliver his special gift to the Queen - a poem, or 'hum,' he has written for the occasion."
Pooh manages to make it to meet the Queen, who is "just as Queenly and smiley and wonderful as they had expected her to be." Prince George then makes an appearance in the story and is given a balloon by piglet.
While Winnie-the-Pooh might be a long ways from Hundred Acre Wood, it undoubtedly was a very special moment for all the children at the event.