Sandra Oh attends Queen Elizabeth II’s funeral as part of the Canadian delegation.
That kill Eve star took part in a procession of national tributes as part of the service at Westminster Abbey on Monday morning (September 19) as the nation mourns the death of the monarch after her 70-year reign.
Oh joined the delegation as a member of the Order of Canada along with musician Gregory Charles and Olympic swimming gold medalist Mark Tewksbury.
The actor, who was born in Canada to Korean parents, received the honor in June 2022.
Canada’s delegation to the funeral was led by Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and his wife Sophie Gregoire Trudeau. They also include Governor General Mary Simon, as well as former Prime Ministers and Governors General.
The group left for the UK on Friday (September 16).
Details of the delegation were released Thursday (September 15) during a special speech by Trudeau during a special session of Canada’s House of Commons.
The day of the Queen’s funeral is also celebrated in Canada with a national day of mourning.
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Additional coverage by Press Association.
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