Kate Winslet and others honored by Queen Elizebesth II

Kate Winslet

Any honor would be heartening and important to an individual. For Kate Winslet it is no less but the fact that Queen Elizebesth II honored her, her heart pounds with excitement and self-motivation. This honor was in accordance of her contribution of Arts in “Titanic.” Kate also has a history of success and self-actualization as she won the best actress Academy Award in 2009 for her movie, “The Reader” which further made her breathrough as the feisty Rose in the 1997 “Titanic” has been named a Commander of the Orde of the British Empire or CBE in the Queens honor list and on her Birthday, Winslet said the honor made her “a very proud brit.” “I am both surprised and honored to stand alongside so many men and woman who have achieved great things for our country,” the 36-year-old star said.

Alongside her, Kanneth Branagh was made a knight hence will be known from Sir Kenneth. The honors are bestowed by twice yearly by the queen which  is at New Year’s and on her official birthday in June but recipients are selected by civil servants from nominations made by the government and the public. Among the hundreds of others honored was Margaret Jackson, who received an MBE “for services to netball” and Kerry Michael and Michelle Michael, awarded the same honor “for services to the restoration of Weston Super Mare’s pier.”

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