In short – Helena Bonham Carter made ​​a Commander of the Order of the British Empire

London – Helena Bonham Carter, who notably played the Red Queen in Alice in Wonderland and the mother of Queen Elizabeth II in The Speech of a king, was honored yesterday by the British monarchy for her contribution to cinema.

The actress was made a Commander of the Order of the British Empire by Elizabeth II at a ceremony at Buckingham Palace. She was accompanied by her husband, director Tim Burton, and their two children, Billy Ray and Nell, aged respectively eight and four. The star 45 year old has played in a wide variety of productions ranging from period films to feature films of science fiction as Fight Club and Harry Potter.

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