Paul McCartney Named Companion Of Honor

Paul McCartney was recently made a Companion of Honor by the Royal Family during a ceremony at Buckingham Palace. The former Beatle was awarded the prestigious honor for his long lasting contributions to music in both the US and UK. The official Twitter account of the Royal Family tweeted the news along with a photo of McCartney and his wife, Nancy Shevell, posing alongside the medal he received as part of the ceremony. “Congratulations Sir @PaulMcCartney who has been made a #CompanionofHonour at Buckingham Palace today for his lasting contribution to music in the UK and Worldwide,” read the caption. King George V founded the Order of the Companions Honour in 1917, which is given as a reward for outstanding achievements to citizens of the Commonwealth realms. Copyright(c) 2018 RTTNews.com. All Rights ReservedLess «

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