Grylls attends as representative of the Scouts while Oh is a member of the Order of Canada
Along with the dignitaries, members of the royal family and heads of state at the Queen’s funeral were also stars familiar from their roles on television and in public life.
The adventurer Bear Grylls wearing a morning suit, took his place at the service held at Westminster Abbey on Monday, representing the Scouts. The TV star was appointed as chief scout in 2009 when he was 34, making him the youngest person to hold the post in the UK. Grylls was made an OBE in 2019 by the Queen, who was patron of the Scout Association.