Icon, environmentalist and presenter Sir David Attenborough has collected his second knighthood in a ceremony at Windsor Castle
The wildlife enthusiast received his Knight Grand Cross honour from the Prince of Wales, a fellow avid environmentalist.
He was given the Knight Grand Cross of St Michael and St George for his services to television broadcasting and conservation on Wednesday. He received his first knighthood back in 1985, which was given to him by the Queen.
The 96-year-old presenter’s career spans over seven decades. Sir David was featured in a segment at the Platinum Party at the place for the jubilee at the weekend which was held outside Buckingham Palace on Saturday.
His “visionary environmentalist” idealism was highlighted by Prince William during the jubilee when he was projected into the Buckingham Palace. William also spoke about the pride he ad for his grandfather and my father” the Duke of Edinburgh and Charles – who also championed the natural world.
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