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Oscar-winning actress, Catherine Zeta Jones, has received a CBE in the Queen's Birthday Honours List.
Britain's first solo Winter Olympics gold medallist in 30 years, Amy Williams, has also been honoured.
And as Fabio Capello's men prepare to take on the USA in their opening match, an MBE goes to 90-year-old Bert Williams, goalkeeper in England's shock defeat by the Americans in 1950.
Coronation Street stars past and present have been honoured in the soap's 50th year, with awards for Eileen Derbyshire, Barbara Knox and Anne Reid.
Other awards went to ex-Formula One driver David Coulthard, former Velvet Underground musician John Cale, and Help for Heroes founders Bryn and Emma Parry.
Leading football figures recognised include Gary Speed, the long-serving former Premier League midfielder and Wales captain, who gets an MBE, and ex-Sunderland chairman Bob Murray, who is knighted.