Emma Thompson makes Prince William blush as she receives Damehood

Emma Thompson makes Prince William blush as she receives Damehood

Emma Thompson makes Prince William blush as she receives Damehood

Thompson went on to explain her boldness, adding, "If you're first up, you have to be more formal on such an occasion, but he's looking wonderful and doing so well".

Beaming with pride after she officially became a Dame Commander of the Order of the British Empire, Thompson posed for photos with her family who accompanied her to Buckingham Palace, including 52-year-old actor husband, Greg Wise, 18-year-old daughter Gaia and adopted son, Tindyebwa, 30.

During the ceremony, Thompson, 59, looked beyond proud to receive the honor from Prince William.

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"I'm very outspoken politically", said the 59-year-old, adding that she hoped to use her damehood to bring attention to so-called "holiday hunger", which sees up to three million United Kingdom children go hungry during the school holidays.

Yet despite her successful career, the actress confessed to feeling shy around Prince William revealing: "I love Prince William. He said, 'This day isn't about me, it's about you'". She did, however, wear a fancy suit (adorned with a pin supporting equal pay for women) that measured up to his royal ensemble. "I'm going, 'why isn't this top of the list?' We have kids begging in schools for leftover food, that's just terrible".

Thompson was named for the female equivalent of a knighthood in the Queen's Birthday Honors List in June.

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Another commented, "And I thought I couldn't love her any more than I do already".

"They send you a letter saying, 'Will you accept it?' You can choose not to".

She plans to use the honour to focus attention on the plight of poor children who don't get adequate food during school holidays.

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