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Corrie's Antony Cotton shares snaps from Queen's funeral after receiving invite
Coronation Street star Antony Cotton dazzled viewers with his exclusive invite to Queen Elizabeth II’s state funeral on Monday (September 19).The beloved ITV soap star was positively beaming as he posed beside two of the Her Majesty’s grenadiers outside the entrance to Westminster Abbey.On Monday (September 19) millions of viewers and royal fans tuned in for the historical funeral as Her Royal Highness was laid to rest.READ MORE: Coronation Street star admits he worked at Asda before landing latest ITV roleIn amongst the slew of royal family members and heads of state from all over the globe were several famous faces, including Bear Grylls and Killing Eve star Sandra Oh.And one of the privileged attendees was none other than the Sean Tully star who made sure to dress up to the nines for the once-in-a-lifetime ceremony.The actor opted for a pair of stripped black and white trousers which he teamed with a black tie and waistcoat that he layered with a long black mourning blazer.He accessorised the impressive garment with a pair of black leather shoes as he fondly bid farewell to the Queen.The soap star captioned the impressive snap: “This was at 9am this morning, just before I headed into the Abbey. Thank you for your service.”Antony made sure to document the moving ceremony on Instagram in full view of his 133k followers where he gave viewers a sneak peek at the order of service.Alongside the eye-opening post, he wrote: “Well...
Sandra Oh speaks out after surprise appearance at Queen's funeral causes confusion
The Queen's state funeral yesterday after many queried why she was there. A clip of the Killing Eve star looking sombre as she slowly walked down Westminster Abbey's aisle was widely shared on social media as many shared their thoughts. The 51-year-old remembered the late monarch wearing a black dress and a fascinator.Sandra was invited to the funeral as she is a part of the Canadian delegation, alongside musician Gregory Charles and Olympic gold medallist swimmer Mark Tewksbury.The Order of Canada, founded by the Queen in 1967, was created to honour outstanding achievement, dedication to the community and general service to the nation across all areas of society.She was given an Order of Canada following her success in the BBC drama Killing Eve opposite Jodie Comer.Bear Grylls apology for smiling as he arrived at Queen's state funeralAfter the event, the 51-year-old actress shared what it was like to be a part of the historic day.Taking to her Instagram page, she wrote: "Proud to represent [Canada] w/ my fellow Order of Canada & Valour recipients @gregorycharlesofficiel @marktewks @palmerlp26 at Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II funeral at Westminster Abbey today."(sic)She went on to share various pictures of herself at the event with her colleagues.After her appearance was seen on television, many flocked to social media to question why she was invited.Twitter user JordanVR commented: "Not Sandra Oh representing Canada at the Queen’s funeral??? This was not on my 2022 bingo card.""There wasn’t anyone in Canada more worthy of being at the Queen’s funeral than Sandra Oh.
Sandra Oh and ‘Peep Show’ star Sophie Winkleman among celebrities at the Queen’s funeral
Killing Eve actress Sandra Oh and Peep Show star Sophie Winkleman were among the celebrities who attended Queen Elizabeth II’s state funeral today (September 19).The former was at the service held at Westminster Abbey as part of the Canadian delegation as a member of the Order of Canada while Winkleman, who famously played Big Suze on the long-running sitcom, is actually a member of the Royal family because she’s married to Lord Frederick Windsor, making her title Lady Frederick Windsor.Her husband is the son of the Queen’s cousin Prince Michael of Kent, who is 53rd in line to the British throne. She also attended the Platinum Jubilee celebrations earlier in the summer.A post shared by Sandra Oh (@iamsandraohinsta)TV presenter and adventurer Bear Grylls also attended the service and was there to represent the Scouts.“Chief Scout, @BearGrylls, will represent Scouts at State Funeral today and pay final respects to our Patron, HM The Queen. Our thoughts are with the Royal Family,” the Scouts tweeted.Chief Scout, @BearGrylls, will represent Scouts at State Funeral today and pay final respects to our Patron, HM The Queen. Our thoughts are with the Royal Family.
Queen Elizabeth II’s funeral: From Killing Eve’s Sandra Oh to Peep Show star Sophie Winkleman, which celebrities attended?
Buckingham Palace confirmed.Following her death, the Queen’s coffin was lying in state in Westminster Hall, with a whole host of celebrities joining the miles-long queue to pay their respects.Speculation was rife around which celebs would attend the funeral, after media personalities continued to share their condolences for the Royal Family throughout the period of mourning.Bear Grylls was one of the first stars to be pictured outside Westminster Abbey in London, flashing a smile and a wave as he arrived at the historic building.The TV personality was there as chief scout and he represented Scouts at the state funeral, paying his final respects to the Queen, who was a patron.Bear was appointed the youngest-ever Chief Scout aged 35 in 2009, before starting his second term in 2015.On Monday morning, the organisation wrote on Twitter: ‘Chief Scout @BearGrylls, will represent Scouts at State Funeral today and pay final respects to our Patron, HM The Queen.’Another confirmed attendee was Killing Eve actress Sandra Oh, who attended the funeral as part of the Canadian delegation.Head to'sQueen Elizabeth II tag page for the latest updates, and sign's book of condolence to Her Majesty here.The star took part in a procession of national honours as part of the service, joining fellow Canadians musician Gregory Charles and Olympic swimmer Mark Tewkesbury.Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and his wife Sophie Grégoire Trudeau, as well as current and former governors and leaders, also travelled to the UK to represent the North American country.Founded by Queen Elizabeth in 1967, the Order of Canada recognises outstanding achievement, dedication to the community, and service to the nation across all sectors of