Sandra Oh attends the Queen’s funeral

Sandra Oh surprised fans on Monday when she attended the Queen’s funeral.

The 51-year-old ‘Killing Eve’ and ‘Grey’s Anatomy’ star wasn’t just there because she’s a popular celebrity: she was made an Officer of the Order of Canada in June this year, which is the second highest civilian honor in the country. and was established by the Queen in 1967. It was created to honor people who have had « outstanding achievement, service to the nation and dedication to the community ».

The Canadian-Korean Golden Globe-winning actress, who recently starred as Eve in the hit thriller ‘Killing Eve,’ attended the funeral in that capacity, as part of the Canadian delegation, led by Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and his wife. Sophie Gregoire Trudeau.

Other members of the Canadian delegation included Olympic swimming champion Mark Tewksbury and musician Gregory Charles.

Sandra Oh attends the funeral dressed in black.

Oh fans took to Twitter to express their surprise to see her there.

« Sandra Oh being at the Queen’s funeral makes me wish every country had sent an actor to the event, » one viewer said. commented.

Sandra Oh smiling at the camera.
Sandra Oh at the Emmys.
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« I actually can’t believe Sandra Oh is at the Queen of England’s funeral. Like an absurd collision of worlds, » another amazed.

« my timeline is watching and live-tweeting the funeral because sandra oh is here….killing the eve fandom is really built differently, » one fan joked.

« K but why is Sandra Oh at the Queen’s funeral? » another puzzled a fan asked. « I love him but why? »

Oh is part of a group of 2,000 world leaders, royals and celebrities paying their respects at Westminster Abbey today, as thousands of citizens, including David Beckham, passed the previous week waiting in line to see his casket.


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