Queen Elizabeth II is bestowing new titles on more than 1,000 people. Take a look some of the celebrities and sports stars on the list this year.
Every year, the Queen bestows new titles on people deemed to have made a significant impact on life in the UK, in what's called the Queen's Honours.
The list of recipients are announced twice a year: Once around New Year's Eve, and once on the Queen's official birthday, which is on June 9 this year.
The 2018 list, which consists of 1,057 people, includes actors, sportspeople, CEOs, and academicians.
Several different honours are awarded. They are, in order of prestige: Member of the Order of the British Empire (MBE), Officer of the Order of the British Empire (OBE), Commander of the Order of the British Empire (CBE), knighthood or damehood (KBE), and Companion of Honour.
Here are some of the most recognisable celebrities and sports stars on this year's Queen's Birthday Honours list.
Other recipients include Mark Rowley, the former head of the London Metropolitan Police's counter-terrorism unit, and "Never Let Me Go" author Kazuo Ishiguro. You can see the full list here.