Peep Show’s Sophie Winkleman attends Queen’s funeral as a member of the royal family

Sophie Winkleman, known for her role on the comedy series Peep Show, attended the Queen’s funeral as a member of the royal family.

The actress, 42, is married to Lord Frederick Windsor, son of the Queen’s cousin, Prince Michael of Kent, and appeared with him at Westminster Abbey on Monday.

Winkleman played Big Suze, the love interest of Robert Webb’s character Jeremy, in the Channel 4 sitcom Peep Show, also starring David Mitchell.


Lord and Lady Frederick Windsor after their wedding at Hampton Court Palace (John Stillwell/PA)

Aired from 2003 to 2015, it was written by Jesse Armstrong, who went on to create the hit HBO series Inheritance starring Brian Cox.

Winkleman has also appeared in shows including police procedural Waking The Dead, the American comedy Two And A Half Men, and the mystery series Death In Paradise.

She married Lord Frederick Windsor at Hampton Court Palace in September 2009 and was named Lady Frederick Windsor but has continued to use her own name in her acting career.


The Queen’s State Funeral at Westminster Abbey (Gareth Cattermole/PA)

She is also the half-sister of Claudia Winkleman, a serious prom host.

On Friday night, Winkleman watched the Queen’s children in their prayers by her coffin in its state in Westminster Hall.

Other famous faces who attended the funeral included adventurer and Scout Chief Bear Grylls and Grey’s Anatomy actress Sandra Oh, who made up part of the Canadian delegation as a member of the Order of Canada. Peep Show’s Sophie Winkleman attends Queen’s funeral as a member of the royal family

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