Sandra Oh said she was “Proud to represent” Canada during Queen Elizabeth’s burial.
The ‘Killing Eve’ actress, who was born in the Commonwealth realm, was among those who attended the Queen’s state funeral on Monday (19.09.22).
At Westminster Abbey in London, he received national honors alongside fellow Canadian vocalist Gregory Charles and Olympic swimmer Mark Tewkesbury.
Sandra commented on Instagram, “Proud to represent CA with my fellow Order of Canada Valour awardees @gregorycharlesofficiel @marktewks @palmerlp26 at Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II’s funeral at Westminster Abbey today,
“Thank you so much, @karenclarkson, @tahira makeup, and @stefanbertin.”
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On Monday evening, the queen was laid to rest in Windsor.
Meanwhile, Sandra, 51, was joined at the funeral by her country’s Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and his wife Sophie Gregoire Trudeau, as well as a number of currents and former governors and leaders. Sandra was awarded the Order of Canada following her success in the BBC drama ‘Killing Eve opposite Jodie Comer.