Elton John says he feels 'so lucky' after being awarded a top honour from Britain's Prince of Wales at Windsor Castle.
The musician's been made a member of the Order of the Companions of Honour at the investiture ceremony.
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Sir Elton John is made a member of the Order of the Companions of Honour by the Prince of Wales during an investiture ceremony at Windsor Castle. pic.twitter.com/sRHLbw8RhJ
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It recognises the star's career which spans almost six decades, as well as his campaigning work on Aids.
The 74-year-old, who's had hip surgery and is now using a wheelchair, insists his job isn't done.
Sir Elton John has been awarded the Order of the Companions of Honour, which has a maximum of 65 members at any given time, in recognition of his career in music and charity work.
He says he feels "very blessed and very lucky" to receive the honourhttps://t.co/iOm40vn1kt pic.twitter.com/CD6dExRNFF
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