The Late Late Show host was named an Officer of the Order of the British Empire, or OBE, for his services to drama in his native England, and was presented with the honor by the Queen’s daughter, Princess Anne, in a ceremony at the palace.
“It’s overwhelming to come back from Los Angeles and then be stood in Buckingham Palace receiving such a thing,” he told the Press Association. “I feel very undeserved but grateful nonetheless.”
He later shared a picture of his meeting with the Princess Royal on Twitter.
- The Real Reason Florida Wants to Ban AP African-American Studies, According to an Architect of the Course
- Column: Tyre Nichols' Killing Is The Result of a Diseased Culture
- Without Evusheld, Immunocompromised People Are on Their Own Against COVID-19
- Here Are All the Movies and TV Shows That Make Up the New DCU
- TikTok's 'De-Influencing' Trend Is Here to Tell You What Stuff You Don't Need to Buy
- Column: America Goes About Juvenile Crime Sentencing All Wrong
- Why Your Tax Refund May Be Lower This Year
- Brazil Wants to Abandon a 34,000-Ton Ship at Sea. It Would be an Environmental Disaster
- The 5 Best New TV Shows Our Critic Watched in January 2023