The Obedience of 34 Celebrities with Royal Honors has been displayed by the Queen during her reign. Her example is followed by the present generation of actors, poets and playwrights. Royalty are those who are able to rise to the stature of a monarch or head of state. It is rare to find any other instance where so many people in such diverse fields of endeavour earn their knighthood or peerage at the same time.
As a signifier of the love that the queen had for all men, she gave each man who had been knighted an award in the year she ended her reign. This has been shown as a symbol of the love that the queen felt for all men throughout her reign. When the Queen of England dies, the honours of her royal household are passed down to her surviving children and her closest male friends.
Some of the most popular recipients of her knighthoods included William Shakespeare, Elton John, Guy Fawkes and Winston Churchill. The Queen also gives awards to a variety of artistic personalities including Ben Kingsley and Sir Michael Caine. There is no specific reason behind the Queen’s choice of individuals to receive awards from her. However, some of them have been known to express an inclination towards a political cause. These people who have been knighted by her are generally considered to have given their services to her nation, and as such deserve recognition for their loyalty and sacrifices.
One of the most recent recipients of her knighthood is none other than our current President of the United States, Donald Trump. During his presidential campaign, Mr trump was condemned for his comments regarding some Mexican illegal aliens. It is understood that the Queen’s nominee for prime minister of England, Theresa May, did not wish to upset the United States president when it came to her desire to remain in post. Nevertheless, she backed down, graciously accepting the role of head of state without taking a stand on the issue of immigration. The former Prime Minister of Japan, Tony Blair also received a knighthood, while the former Prime Minister of Canada, Stephen Harper was made a member of the Order of the British Monarchy along with a knighthood.
One of the more notorious members of the royal family is Prince Edward himself. He has been criticized numerous times for the numerous instances of indiscretion, he has shown while flirting with members of the press and members of the public. While some of this controversy has stemmed from illegal activities he has been involved in, others have been brought about by the fact that his wife Victoria has been seen wearing the engagement ring of her husband while being photographed on an Instagram page. This sparked a number of articles pertaining to the ethics of the institution of marriage. Many prominent members of the British political and social establishment have spoken out against the Queen’s decision to honor the late Princess Diana. Some have even gone as far as to compare the Princess’ death to that of John F. Kennedy, which is indeed a difficult thing to say considering the fact that both of them were highly popular figures in their time.
Celebrity members of the British Royal family, who have been knighted or received a knighthood include the likes of presenter Jonathan Ross and singer Cher. Jonathan Ross was knighted for services to children and education, whilst Cher was made a knighthood for her contribution to charities and theatre. Another well-loved member of the Royal family who has received numerous kudos and awards for her services to the entertainment industry is Sir Michael Caine, who was knighted for his contribution to British cinema. Sir Sean Connery is another well-loved actor who has received several knighthoods, most recently for his performances in Quantum of Solace and Casino.
The latest celebrity to receive an award from the Queen for services to charity is Cancer Research UK celebrity David Beckham. The former footballer, now retired, is receiving the knighthood for his work with the charity alongside wife Engagement. It is somewhat strange that the very man who so vocally promoted the causes of cancer through his own fundraising concerts is being rewarded for it by the Queen, considering that he openly shilled for other causes through his own charities. Nevertheless, it is clear that he is not merely a walking charity star but has also found time in his busy schedule to serve the Queen and her son. He has also faced criticism over his treatment of staff members, which ultimately led him to resign as the England coach in 2021.
One man who seems to have been left out of the celebrities receiving knighthoods this year is actor Andy Firefly, who was knighted for his contribution to the musical comedy series, Vinyl. While it was expected that Firefly would simply receive an honorary knighthood, he instead became the first British comic to appear on the Oprah Winfrey show, where he shared a heartfelt interview about his role as the foul-mouthed, bad-mannered Vinyl. It is little wonder that he enjoys such a warm welcome from the Queen, who is also enjoying a bit of fame herself, following a string of Emmerdale and Parkinson dramas.