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Alexa Chung's Charity Pudsey Bear has Zero Bids on eBay So Far. Sad Face.

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Along with a handful of other A-list designers, Alexa Chung has created her own version of the "Pudsey bear"—the adorably bandaged teddy bear mascot of the BBC's Children in Need campaign. The madeover bears are being auctioned off on eBay to raise money for the organization.

Though most of the Pudseys hit the block back in November, Chung's is a late arrival and just landing on eBay today. And it is actually completely chic, for a teddy bear. With a midnight blue coat and a chipper polka dot bandage, we don't doubt the bidding will soon take off. For the moment, however, it's still listed at the starting bid of £200.

· Alexa Chung Designer Pudsey on eBay [Official listing]
· BBC Children in Need [Official Site]