Queen Elizabeths Favorite Celebs

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  • Paul McCartney

    In 1997, Sir Paul McCartney, 68, received the honor of knighthood in thanks to his contributions to the music industry. This Brit and former Beatle has been dubbed the most successful musician and composer in historyto date, he has 60 gold discs and has sold 100 million singles in the UK.


     

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  • Judi Dench

    British actress Judi Dench, 76, was named Officer of the Order of the British Empire in 1970. She was promoted to Dame Commander of the Order in 1988, and in 2005, she became a Member of the Companions of Honour. Dench received these high honors in thanks to her notable acting career. She is one of the most well-established British theatre performers, and also had major roles in films such as GoldenEye, Shakespeare in Love and Chocolat.


     

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  • Bill Gates

    Gates, 55, the Microsoft head-honcho, received knighthood for his business leadership, as well as for services to global enterprise. In 2000, the Gates Foundation donated $210 million to Cambridge University to be used toward graduate school scholarships for recipients from outside Britain.


     

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  • Julie Andrews

    The 'Mary Poppins' and 'Sound of Music' actress became Dame Julie Andrews on New Years Eve of 1999. Following a throat operation that damaged her four-octave singing voice, Andrews, 75, resurfaced in 2001. She has since remained relatively activeshe had a role in the 2010 film Despicable Me and voiced Queen Lillian in the Shrek animated movies.


     

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  • Mick Jagger

    The rock legend, 67, was named Sir Michael Jagger in a ceremony at Buckingham Palace in 2003.


     

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  • George H. W. Bush

    During the last year of his presidency in 1993, George Bush Sr., 86, was appointed Knight Grand Cross of the Most Honourable Order of the Bath.


     

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