Mary Berry and Dizzee Rascal on Queen's Birthday Honours list

Celebrity chef Mary Berry and dirt pioneer Dizzee Rascal were featured on the list of honors for the Queen's Birthday.
Berry, who has earned national treasure status in six decades, was "overwhelmed" when he was made into a service lady for broadcasting, culinary arts, and charity.
It is "such a great honor," she said.
Dizzee Rascal, whose real name is Dylan Kwabena Mills, has been awarded an MBE for Services in Music.
In response to the news, Dame Mary added, "When I was first told that I was going to be a lady, don't really believe it. And then it's so exciting and you feel very proud.
"For most of my life, I have been fortunate enough to follow my passion of teaching cooking through books and media.
"Being a lady is really the icing on the cake."
The former Great British Bake Off judge joked, "I just wish my parents and brothers were here to share my joy as my only success at school was just an O-level - in the kitchen, of course."
Dame Mary is no stranger to the royal family who hosted meringue roulades with the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge for their Berry Royal Christmas TV special last year.
The popular broadcaster, baker and food writer is also the patron of Child Bereavement UK after losing their 19-year-old son William in a car accident in 1989.
In 2018, she told the Graham Norton Show that she was once arrested at an airport after confusing baking ingredients with drugs.
Dizzee Rascal had five UK number one singles
Dizzee Rascal is widely recognized as one of the founding fathers of Grime - a UK-based electronic rap genre that emerged from the English capital at the beginning of the century.
In 2003, at the age of 19, the East London MC became the youngest artist to win the Mercury Prize with his debut album Boy in da Corner.
The senior statesman of the British rap game, who drops his seventh album E3 AF in late October, told the BBC in 2017 that he deserved to get top billing at the Glastonbury Festival.
"I've been to this festival for years, never disappoint," he said. "You can count on me."
"I'm basically at the stage where you have to get me to use this thing as a headline - because they didn't have British rappers headline at this festival."
His drive and success helped modern-day superstar Stormzy become the first black solo headliner in the history of the Worthy Farm event last year, bringing British hip-hop and grime into the mainstream.
Dame Mary is named Dame Commander by veteran Coronation Street star Maureen Lipman and writer Susan Hill of The Woman in Black. The former played the mother of the title character in Roman Polanski's Oscar-winning drama The Pianist from 2002.
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There was chivalry for one of the country's first rock and roll icons, Tommy Steele, for contributions to entertainment and charity, along with Brookside, Grange Hill, and Hollyoak's creator Professor Phil Redmond, for contributions to broadcasting and the arts in the regions. Hercule Poirot actor David Suchet has also been knighted for services to drama and charity.
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Derrick Evans - better known as Mr Motivator - was also named an MBE after creating online home exercises and a week-long training session with Linda Lusardi during the lockdown to raise funds for Age UK's Emergency Coronavirus Appeal.
Another English music star, singer Mica Paris, was also named an MBE, as was performer and vocal trainer Carrie Grant.
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Broadcaster and natural historian Sir David Attenborough added to his legacy by being named GCMG - one of the highest accolades in the country.
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Sir David, who has spoken to a large crowd at Glastonbury himself in recent years, is considered an inspiration to people of all ages in Britain and beyond who have spent a lifetime warning world leaders of the need to protect the planet and Carry on questions about climate change.
Sir Paul Smith, chairman of the Paul Smith fashion label, has been named an Honorary Companion for Merit to Fashion.
Longtime ITV presenter and journalist Lorraine Kelly was featured alongside Judy Cramer, the woman behind the film Mamma Mia! and singer-songwriter / activist Joan Armatrading - for services to music, charity and equality.
Professor Brian Cox, scientist and host of BBC shows including The Wonders of the Universe, was featured alongside actor Adrian Lester, who is currently on the BBC drama series Life and has appeared in the films Primary Colors and The Day After Tomorrow, appointed to the CBE.
Bernardine Evaristo has been promoted to OBE and Professor Brian Cox to CBE
OBEs went to ELO singer and music producer Jeff Lynne; and Tony Hatch - the man who wrote the title tracks for Neighbors, Crossroads, Emmerdale and Petula Clark's Downtown; and Last Tango in Halifax screenwriter Sally Wainwright - for contributions to television.
The Booker Prize-winning author Bernardine Evaristo was also named at the same level.
Novelist Girl, Woman, Other became the first black woman to win the award when she shared it with Margaret Atwood in 2019 after judges broke their rules by declaring a tie.
How to Train a Kite Writer Cressida Cowell was named an MBE in Merit in Children's Literature, while Dr. ITV's Hilary Jones was also named an MBE in Broadcasting Services, Public Health Information and Charity.
Rapper Lady Leshurr was awarded the British Empire Medal for services to music and charity.
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The rap duo Krept and Konan, real names Casyo Johnson and Karl Wilson, have also been awarded the British Empire Medal for services to music and the Croydon community.
You started the Positive Direction Foundation three years ago, which offers activities such as workshops in music production, engineering and songwriting for young people.
Last year they also rated BBC Three's The Rap Game UK's first series.
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The list of honors for the Queen's birthday is usually published in June but has been delayed for several months this year due to the coronavirus.
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