Killing Eve star Sandra Oh surprises fans as she attends Queen’s funeral as part of Canadian delegation
Killing Eve fans were shocked to see Sandra Oh attend the Queen’s state funeral on Monday.
The Golden Globe winner, 51, took part in the procession as part of the Canadian delegation and was seen by onlookers paying tribute to him during the historic day.
Sandra, who worked with Jodie Comer, 29, on the hit series created by Phoebe Waller-Bridge, 37, joined Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and his wife Sophie Gregoire Trudeau as members of the Order of Canada at TODAY celebrations .
‘Sandra Oh what are you doing here?’: Killing Eve fans were shocked to see Sandra Oh attend the Queen’s state funeral on Monday
One Twitter user said: ‘Canada sent Sandra Oh to the funeral, where was Jodie Comer’s invitation?’
Another joked: ‘I demand that the BBC put cameras on Sandra Oh’ while another shared her disbelief, writing: ‘Sandra Oh is one of the most random things to happen at the Queen’s funeral. ‘
Twitter user Rachel said: ‘Sandra Oh attending the Queen’s funeral was not the crossover I was expecting today’ and another fan questioned: ‘Sandra Oh, what are you doing here?’
Rebecca Reed tweeted: ‘By far my favorite bonkers thing to have Sandra oh there’ as another viewer wrote: ‘Watching the funeral to pull off Sandra oh. off course not.’
Iconic: The Golden Globe winner took part in the procession as part of the Canadian delegation and was seen by onlookers paying tribute to her during the historic day.
Sandra, famous for her role in Grey’s Anatomy, wore an all-black dress and hat as she walked through Westminster Abbey in London.
The A-list star wasn’t the only celebrities at Her Majesty’s funeral with adventurer Bear Grylls, 48, as well as Peep Show actor Sophie Winkleman, 42.
After being appointed as Chief Scout in 2009, Bear was present at today’s monumental events as a representative of the Scouts.
The Queen, who was a patron of the Scout Association, also made her an OBE in 2019.
Peep Show star Sophie is married to Lord Frederick Windsor, son of Prince Michael, the cousin of the Queen of Kent, and appeared with him at the ceremony.
Condolences: Sandra joins Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and his wife Sophie Gregoire Trudeau as members of the Order of Canada at today’s celebrations
Last week, Sandra attended the Emmy Awards in Los Angeles after being nominated for Outstanding Lead Actress in a Drama Series.
She lost in the category to Euphoria star Zendaya, who won the award for a second time, becoming a two-time Lead Actress Emmy winner at age 26.
In 2020, Zendaya made history when she bagged the same award at just 24 years old, making her the youngest woman to receive the award.
For her performance as Eve, Sandra became the first actress of Asian descent to be nominated for an Emmy Award for Outstanding Lead Actress in a Drama Series.
In action: Sandra starring as Eve Polastri in the BBC America series created by Phoebe Waller-Bridge with Jodie Comer