Does the Easter Bunny exist in France?

Does Europe have the Easter Bunny?

The Easter bunny is a famous character in England. However, the first edible Easter bunnies appeared in Germany during the early 1800s, and they were made of pastry and sugar. Nowadays they are sold as chocolate bunnies.

Who brings the Easter eggs in France?

If you’re in the USA, on Easter Sunday it’s traditionally the Easter Bunny who brings chocolate eggs and treats to children across the country. In Australia, confectionery arrives courtesy of the Easter Bilby. In France, they’re delivered by someone slightly less fluffy: the flying bells (les cloches volantes).

Why is Easter plural in French?

The word for Easter is Pâques, masculine singular (even though its written with an S). When you talk about events around Easter, so use Easter more like a time than the religious celebration, it’s feminine plural… Go figure! You can also say “le jour de Pâques”, “la fête de Pâques”…

How do you say Happy Easter in French?

French translation of ‘happy Easter!’

joyeuses Pâques !

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