Helen Mirren Celebrities meeting the Queen The celebrities who have touched the hand of her Majesty... By Glamour 30 Jun 2017 We take a look at some of the famous faces the Queen has met so far during her 63 year reign... You might not have recognized Liam Payne in this picture. That's him right there, in his Harry Potter-alike specs. The former One Direction member, and new dad, greeted the Queen and Prince Harry at the Buckingham Palace Young Leaders Awards. Joining the likes of Mo Farah, Anita Rani and Caspar Lee, Liam took to Instagram to share the news with fans: "An absolute honour to meet the Queen today on such a fantastic occasion. Privileged to share the room with such inspirational @queensyoungleaders, hear their stories and how they are helping to rebuild and preserve a sometimes broken world". читайте здесь https://salon-svadebny.com.ua http://best-cooler.reviews/ Eddie Redmayne was awarded an OBE for his services to drama. After meeting the Queen, the 34-year-old said the honour was "absolutely wonderful" and beyond his "wildest imagination." Here he is proudly showing off his OBE. Describing his day, he said: "...the whole experience is incredibly humbling and also getting to be in Windsor Castle is breathtaking, around Christmas as well with all the decorations."It is something that I had never thought of and it was never in my wildest imagination," he added.The Danish Girl star also revealed what he discussed with the Queen. "She was asking me whether I prefer film or theatre, and asked me if I enjoyed it," he said. Benedict Cumberbatch Sherlock star, and Hollywood favourite, Benedict Cumberbatch has been awarded a CBE by the Queen. Could HRH be a Cumberbitch? Oh, we do hope so. The 39-year-old actor is being honoured for his work as an actor and his charitable efforts.Speaking afterwards, he said: "It's fantastic, it's quite nerve-wracking, there is nothing really that prepares you for it." But Cumberbatch isn't the only A-Lister HRH has met... Angelina JolieIn October 2014, Angelina Jolie was presented with the Insignia of an Honorary Dame Grand Cross of the Most Distinguished Order of St Michael and St George by the Queen at Buckingham Palace. But Angie isn't the only Hollywood A-Lister HRH has met... Game of Thrones castThe Queen met the cast of Game of Thrones on a set tour in Northern Ireland - here she is chatting with Kit Harington (Jon Snow), Lena Headey (Cersei Lannister)... Game of Thrones cast...and Rose Leslie (Ygritte), Sophie Turner (Sansa Stark) and Maisie Williams (Arya Stark). Uma ThurmanJust days after the 2014 BAFTAs in London, Hollywood actress Uma Thurman got down low when she curtsied to the Queen during a Reception for the Dramatic Arts at Buckingham Palace. Helena Bonham CarterAs a stalwart of both Hollywood and the British film industry, HBC must have met the Queen dozens of time, which is why the actress seemed to have the whole curtseying thing down pat when she met Queen Elizabeth a Reception for the Dramatic Arts in 2014. Henry Holland and Agyness DeynThe worlds of royalty and fashion collided (with style, of course) when Henry Holland and Agyness Deyn greeted her Majesty at the A Celebration Of The Arts event, held at the Royal Academy of Arts in May 2011. Joan CollinsExecuting the perfect curtsey takes a bit of practice, but Joan Collins evidently has it down to a fine art. The actress just so happened to be celebrating her birthday on the same day as the event – would you believe she’s 79?! No, us neither. David WalliamsThe Queen looked positively delighted as she shook hands with the funny-man at the Royal Academy of Arts in May. It’s not the first time her Majesty and David Walliams have met (the Queen invited him for an audience last December following his record-breaking charity swim), and David was suitably moved to later tweet: “I met the Queen again tonight at an event at the Royal Academy in London. She remembered me which made me very happy...![SIC]” Tom HiddlestonOh hey, Tom Hiddleston! Our 2012 Man Of The Year looked deep in thought – and very handsome - as he listened to the Queen and Michael Sheen discussing something at the Celebration Of The Arts event. Tom - who, incidentally, attended Eton at the same time as the Queen’s grandson Prince William – starred with Michael in Woody Allen’s Midnight In Paris. Barbra StreisandThe musical legend was presented to the Queen after the London premiere of her 1975 movie, Funny Lady. Barbra Streisand wore a regal-looking velvet cloak, resplendent with beads and a floral motif – which recently sold at auction for $2400. Dan Aykroyd and Robert Downey JrHow young does Robert Downey Jr seem here?! The Queen – looking beautiful in a blue chiffon gown, white gloves and lashings of diamonds – met the fresh-faced actor and his fellow Hollywood star Dan Aykroyd at the royal premiere of Chaplin in 1992. Eva GreenA host of stars lined up to meet the Queen at the world premiere of James Bond movie Casino Royale, in November 2006. The cast – including Dame Judi Dench and Daniel Craig – all looked honoured to meet her Maj, and Eva Green looked particularly thrilled to shake her hand. Eddie RedmayneThe Queen met Eddie Redmayne after he starred in a theatrical production celebrating the 200th anniversary of author Charles Dickens’ birth (spot the Dickens lookalike in the background!) earlier this year. The young actor charmed her majesty and later said of his royal encounter: “It was a huge amount of fun actually... [The play] was a really great production by Philip Frank.” Gillian Anderson......AND Rowan Atkinson – what a double whammy! The pair were also at the 200th anniversary of the birth of Charles Dickens. Gillian said of the day: “I am absolutely fascinated to be here and to meet the Queen.” Helena Bonham CarterThe first lady of kooky, Helena Bonham Carter, was one of the esteemed guests who met the Queen at the Charles Dickens commemorative event, and was evidently delighted to make her acquaintance. Judging by that beam on the Queen’s face, we can’t help but think the feeling was mutual. Elizabeth TaylorThe Queen of England met the Queen of Hollywood when Ms Elizabeth Taylor and her future hubby, Jack Warner, met her Majesty and President Gerald Ford at the British Embassy in Washington. The two Elizabeths would meet again in 1999, when her Majesty made the film veteran a Dame. Lady GagaLady G wore a relatively sane dress for her meeting with the Queen at the Royal Variety Show in 2009. However, there was a trace of her normal Gaga style in the otherwise sensible attire – the red dress boasted a 20ft train. We wonder what her Majesty made of it...? Gene KellyMaster of the musical and Hollywood heart throb Gene Kelly looked debonair as he met her Majesty at a Royal Film Performance in 1957. Halle BerryAnother James Bond line-up: this time the Die Another Day premiere in London. Whilst Pierce Brosnan looks suave as usual, Halle Berry looks a little overwhelmed. Aww. Pierce BrosnanOn His Majesty’s Service...Here’s James Bond himself - well, Pierce Brosnan – getting his royal moment. MadonnaMadonna was another of the film’s stars who got to meet her Madge-sty at the premiere. The singer/actress, who played fencing champ Lee Verity in Die Another Day, looked to delighted to meet Elizabeth R. Harrison FordDoesn’t the Queen look stunning here? Harrison Fold evidently thinks so, and looked rather dashing himself as he shook her hand at the London premiere of his movie, Close Encounters Of The Third Kind, in 1978. Hugh JackmanBefore kick-starting their royal tour of Australia last year, the Queen and the Duke of Edinburgh held a special reception at Buckingham Palace for Australians living in Britain. Aussie actor Hugh Jackman looked suitably dapper as he shook hands with the monarch (and we love how he’s wearing a name badge!) Helen MirrenHaving played her Majesty in the hugely acclaimed (and imaginatively titled) The Queen, you might think that Helen Mirren could have found meeting the lady herself a bit intimidating. However, if she did, she managed to hide it when attending a reception celebrating young people in the performing arts at Buckingham Palace last year. Judi DenchDame Judi has met her Majesty on numerous occasions throughout her film career, and here, the pair look like old friends. The occasion? A reception at Buckingham Palace for the 2011 Praemium Imperiale Awards - the annual Japanese arts prize, where Ms Dench just so happened to win an award for her contribution to film and theatre. Kristin Scott ThomasThe Queen met actress Kristin Scott Thomas at the Élysée Palace in Paris, during an event held in 2004 to mark the Entente Cordiale. Also on-hand was the then-president of France, Jacques Chirac, and, of course, the Duke of Edinburgh, who looked wonderfully dapper. Jennifer LopezShe may still be Jenny from the block, but that hasn’t stopped Jennifer Lopez from mingling with royalty. The singer met HRH after going on-stage at the Royal Variety Performance in 2001. Miley CyrusMiley Cyrus looked characteristically smiley (and gorgeous) as she greeted the Queen at the 2009 Royal Variety Performance, held in Blackpool’s Opera House. Her Majesty braved the December chills in a beaded black shawl that matched her dress perfectly. Richard E GrantClearly something funny had just been said judging by those grins (check out David Walliams chuckling in the background...) Actor Richard E Grant looked suave as he shook Elizabeth’s hand, and was even holding a small Union Jack for an added boost of patriotism. Renee ZellwegerThe cast of The Grinch Who Stole Christmas looked very smart – if a little sombre – in their black-tie apparel at the Royal Film Performance back in 2000. And doesn’t Renée Zellweger look great? One year before she was due to land her starring role in Bridget Jones’ Diary, the star looks fab with her chunky fringe and blonde bob. Taylor MomsenOMG. Who knew Taylor Momsen used to be this cute? Looking a far cry from her current rock chick persona, a seven-year-old Taylor looked sweet as sugar as she bobbed in front of the Queen at the London premiere of How The Grinch Stole Christmas in 2000. Matthew WilliamsonFashion designer Matthew Williamson was very swish in his pastel-blue suit (and we heart that pocket square) at the Royal Academy of Arts last month. And doesn’t the Queen look, well, beautiful? Elegant, understated and composed as usual, she simply dazzled. Roger MooreThe Queen was a vision in green as she met the original Bond smoothie, Roger Moore, in 2006. The pair met at an event held at Windsor Castle, where Roger scooped the Help The Aged Living Legend award for his charity work. Thandie NewtonThandie Newton looked characteristically gamine and beautiful as she shook hands with the Queen at a special reception held at Buckingham Palace in December 2006. The event celebrated the work of the country’s top achievers, and other guests included the Queen’s granddaughter and equestrian, Zara Phillips, the Singing Estate choir and David Walliams (plus his mother, Kathleen). Woody AllenSash, tiara and jewels – the Queen was a majestic vision as she met a very young Woody Allen way back in 1966. Woody was flanked by two of Hollywood’s great beauties: Raquel Welch on his left and Ursula Andress on his right. Marilyn MonroeA 30-year-old Queen shook hands with Marilyn Monroe at the 1956 Royal Film Performance of The Battle Of The River Plate at London’s Leicester Square. The previous year, the actress had been propelled to mega stardom owing to her performance in The Seven Year Itch (which featured that iconic scene where her skirt was blown up by a subway grating).