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Stars get Queen's special birthday awards

The Queen's birthday honours have been announced and amongst the many heroes, music stars and sporting legends are some familiar faces
Ed Sheeran will get an MBE, a Member of the British Empire award, for services to music and charity. The 26-year-old pop star is a multi Grammy and BRIT Award winner and an ambassador for the East Anglia Children's Hospice. We don't know if the Queen will be giving him a Castle on the Hill, though.
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Author David Walliams gets an OBE (Officer of the British Empire Award) for the work he does for charity and the arts. Maybe it's also a bit because he helps pick the BGT winner who'll play at the Royal Variety Performance!
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Harry Potter author J.K. Rowling gets a special Companion of Honour Award for her writing. We think she'll have a magical time when she meets the Queen to pick up her award.
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Northern Ireland football captain Stephen Davis will be tackling the shops as he buys himself a new suit to accept his MBE award.
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Judy Murray, mum of tennis stars Andy and Jamie Murray, gets her OBE Award for services to tennis, sport and charity. She's served up a couple of aces with both her sons getting to world number one, and who could forget her on Strictly!
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When she looks at today's newspapers, singer Emili Sandé will Read All About It as she's getting a MBE for services to music. The Scottish singer-songwriter performed at the London 2012 Olympics Opening and Closing Ceremonies, has sung at the White House, and has won a string of gongs including four BRIT Awards.
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Rory Best will be getting the Lions' share of the glory in New Zealand when his teammates find out he's getting an OBE Award. He's racked up 104 caps for his country and played for 13 years with his Ulster side.
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