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|23 April 2016
Any meeting with Her Majesty The Queen is special and I treasure the conversations I have had over the years at The Chelsea Flower Show, The New Forest Show, The Royal Windsor Diamond Jubilee Pageant and other numerous occasions. I remember them all with fondness and with pride.
Thank you ma’am for your tenacity, your dedication and, in the case of this particular Yorkshireman, your forbearance and good humour. Alan Titchmarsh MBE D
Being invested by you as a Dame Commander of the British Empire in 2005 following my 12 year International career, culminating in two gold medals in Athens 2004, was truly an amazing honour.
My best memory is telling you that you looked lovely
once at Ascot, your smile said it all, but I realised I had
I believe that Queen Elizabeth and the monarchy is the reason why Britain is so great.
There is no medal, award or honour that would ever be
enough to thank you for your commitment and loyalty
to reign over us.
A very happy birthday, Your Majesty.
We met at the Royal Gala premiere of Chronicles of Narnia: Voyage of the Dawn Treader. I played a talking mouse, you wore 3D glasses and may have shed a tear at the end. It was a very special night.
Your humble servant, Simon Pegg.
Happy Birthday Ma'am.
You really are a force of nature: still working, still flying the flag for the UK around the world, and still riding!
90 years young !
I look forward to sending you a telegram to yourself to celebrate your 100th.
It is an honour to be invited to make a contribution to this
book, and I am looking forward to raising a glass in
celebration of your 90th birthday with friends this April.
It seems appropriate to recall the time we first met, before my first Test match for England in 1977 at Trent Bridge.
Four years later, I also had the pleasure of introducing you to the England team before the 1981 Ashes Test at Lords. It proved a timely meeting because after being beaten in the first Test we managed to overhaul the deficit and ultimately go on to win the series, and retain the Ashes in that very memorable series against Australia.
At no point during my playing career did I imagine that one day I would become one of the privileged few to receive a Knighthood from yourself. This honour is one in which I hold very dear and surpassed my own personal sporting achievements.
My visit to Buckingham Palace in 2007 was a fantastic moment for myself and my family, and I still feel very honoured with your recognition of my fundraising efforts for Leukaemia and Lymphoma Research.