Sandra Oh to be part of the Canadian delegation to the Queen’s funeral

Sandra Oh will attend the Queen’s state funeral as part of the Canadian delegation.

The actress, known for her role on the BBC hit series Killing Eve, will participate in a national honor procession as part of the service on Monday.

She joined the delegation as a member of the Order of Canada along with musician Gregory Charles and Olympic gold medalist swimmer Mark Tewksbury.

Oh was recently honored in June 2022, after building her profile in the comedy Killing Eve alongside British actress Jodie Comer.

The pair recently went head-to-head at the 2022 Emmy Awards for Outstanding Lead Actress in a Drama Series for their roles in the series, but lost out to Euphoria’s Zendaya.

The Canadian delegation to the funeral will be led by Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and his wife Sophie Gregoire Trudeau, and will include Governor-General Mary Simon as well as former prime ministers and governors.

The group is expected to depart for the UK on Friday, ahead of a flight next week.

Details of the delegation were announced on Thursday in a special speech delivered by Trudeau during a special session of the House of Commons of Canada.

Earlier, it was announced that the day of the Queen’s funeral would be marked in Canada with a national day of mourning.

A representative for Oh has been contacted for comment.

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