Sandra Oh speaks out after surprise appearance at Queen's funeral causes confusion

Sandra Oh has spoken out about attending The Queen’s state funeral yesterday after many queried why she was there. A clip of the Killing Eve star looking sombre as she slowly walked down Westminster Abbey’s aisle was widely shared on social media as many shared their thoughts. 

The 51-year-old remembered the late monarch wearing a black dress and a fascinator.

Sandra was invited to the funeral as she is a part of the Canadian delegation, alongside musician Gregory Charles and Olympic gold medallist swimmer Mark Tewksbury.

The Order of Canada, founded by the Queen in 1967, was created to honour outstanding achievement, dedication to the community and general service to the nation across all areas of society.

She was given an Order of Canada following her success in the BBC drama Killing Eve opposite Jodie Comer.

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After the event, the 51-year-old actress shared what it was like to be a part of the historic day.

Taking to her Instagram page, she wrote: “Proud to represent [Canada] w/ my fellow Order of Canada & Valour recipients @gregorycharlesofficiel @marktewks @palmerlp26 at Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II funeral at Westminster Abbey today.”(sic)

She went on to share various pictures of herself at the event with her colleagues.

After her appearance was seen on television, many flocked to social media to question why she was invited.

The Sean Tully star was awarded an MBE in the Queen’s Birthday Honours list earlier this year, for his services to the British Army, personnel and veterans.

For over a decade, he has been an advocate for soldiers of all ranks, supporting welfare and particularly their mental health.

Speaking of his MBE at the time, he said: “It totally came out of the blue. I came home from work, saw an envelope saying On Her Majesty’s Service, opened it and burst out crying.

“I genuinely had no idea. I was completely blown over by it. It means a great deal to me that it’s come from the Army.”