Queen Elizabeth is due to knight Captain Tom Moore, who became a national hero in Britain after raising more than 33 million pounds ($40 million) for health workers in the run-up to his 100th birthday, on Friday.
The World War Two veteran raised the record sum for the National Health Service by painstakingly completing 100 laps of his garden with the aid of a walking frame in April.
The following month it was announced he would become “Sir Tom” after a special nomination from Prime Minister Boris Johnson.
Buckingham Palace said the ceremony would take place on Friday at Windsor Castle where the 94-year-old monarch has been sheltering during the COVID-19 pandemic with her husband Prince Philip, 99.
The palace said the ceremony would take place in private with Moore accompanied by members of his family.
“I hope she’s not very heavy handed with the sword,” Moore quipped when the knighthood was announced. The palace said the queen would be using a sword which belonged to her father, George VI.
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