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Queen Elizabeth II took the initiative to recognize people with commendable contributions to various fields in her birthday honors list. Among those mentioned were ‘Titanic’ actress Kate Winslet, for enriching the world of celluloid with her class acts.
In 2009, Winslet walked away with a best actress Academy Award for ‘The Reader.’ Earlier, she scaled towering heights of fame after eternalizing the Titanic’s ‘Rose.’A bubbling with enthusiasm Kate revealed that these are proud moments for her and she’s privileged to rub shoulders with men and women, who have accomplished wondrous feats for Britain.
Apart from her, actor/director Kenneth Branagh was glorified with the title of knighthood. From now onwards, his name will be pronounced as Sir Kenneth. Branagh’s repertoire as a director boasts of evergreen productions like ‘Henry V’, ‘Thor’ and ‘Hamlet.’
This honor lists him among other theatrical legends like late Sir Laurence Oliver.These are moments of immense ecstasy for both Kate and Branagh. To be honored by the Queen is a dream that materializes for a rare few