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Disney CEO Bob Iger Presented With Honorary Knighthood In Ceremony Presided By Prince William

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Disney CEO Bob Iger was presented with an honorary knighthood. Prince William presented Iger with the post-nominal title of Knight Commander of the Most Excellent Order of the British Empire. “Congratulations Bob, on becoming an Honorary Knight Commander of the Most Excellent Order of the British Empire at Windsor Castle today!” Chief Brand Officer at TWDC Asad Ayaz wrote on Instagram along with a photo of Iger.

A post shared by Asad Ayaz (@asadayaz) Oscar-winning film composer John Williams was also among the honorees. The honors for Iger and Williams were announced in 2022, while the late Queen Elizabeth II was still alive.

At the time Iger found out he was receiving the honor, he took to social media to share some words. “It is one of the great honors of my life to have the honorary Knight of the British Empire conferred on me by Queen Elizabeth II before she passed.

I have great affection for the people of the UK & have always appreciated and been inspired by their extraordinary contributions,” Iger posted on X, the microblogging site formerly known as Twitter.

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