Killing Eve fans were surprised to see Sandra Oh at 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 spotted by onlookers as she paid her respects on the historic day.
Sandra, who stars in the hit series Phoebe Waller-Bridge, 37, alongside Jodie Comer, 29, joined Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and his wife Sophie Gregoire Trudeau as members of the Order of Canada at today’s ceremonies.
One Twitter user said: “Canada sent Sandra Oh to the funeral, where was Jodie Comer’s invitation?”
Another joked: “I urge the BBC to get the cameras on Sandra Oh,” while another shared her disbelief, writing: “Being at the Queen’s funeral for Sandra Oh remains one of the most random things to ever happen. ”
Twitter user Rachel said, “Having Sandra Oh attend the Queen’s funeral wasn’t the crossover I expected today,” and another fan asked, “Sandra Oh, what are you doing here?”
Rebecca Reid tweeted, “My favorite crazy thing so far is Sandra Oh being here,” as another viewer wrote, “Watching the funeral to see Sandra Oh pull up. No way.’
Sandra, also famous for her role in Grey’s Anatomy, wore an all-black outfit and hat as she made the ceremonial walk into London’s Westminster Abbey.
The A-list star wasn’t the only celebrity at Her Majesty’s funeral, which was also attended by adventurer Bear Grylls, 48, and peep show actress Sophie Winkleman, 42.
Bear was present at today’s monumental events as a representative of the Boy Scouts, having been appointed Chief Boy Scout in 2009.
The Queen, who was patron of the Scout Association, also made him an OBE in 2019.
Peep show star Sophie is married to Lord Frederick Windsor, son of the Queen’s cousin Prince Michael of Kent, and appeared alongside him at the ceremony.