Coronation Street’s Antony Cotton baffles fans after invite to Queen’s state funeral

Since 2003, Antony Cotton, 47, has played Sean Telly on ITV’s Coronation Street. The actor caused controversy today when he posted pictures taken inside Westminster Abbey.

The actor wrote a touching message with images on the “great honor” of being a part of Queen Elizabeth II’s burial.

In front of his 133,000 Instagram followers, he posted a photo of the Order of Service along with the caption: “Well…where to begin?! The invitation to Her Majesty’s burial was the highest honor I have ever received.

“I’m very proud to see so many friends working on it and upholding the honor of their Queen and nation. I will never forget that day.

“May angelic flights sing thee to thy repose…”

Many social media users complimented the actor, but some questioned why the soap opera star went to the burial.

What the f***, wrote Twiggy1007 in response to Antony Cotton’s remark on social media.

I’m sure you earned this, but flaunting it with a picture and an image of the order of service is incredibly rude and disrespectful, according to JoolyWooly69.

“What the f*** are you doing there,” JakeBryant continued.

How did you receive an invitation to the funeral? asked AnyOldRyann.

Antony Cotton shared a picture with the Queen’s guards this morning

Just before entering Westminster Abbey, Antony Cotton of Coronation Street posted a photo of himself with the security personnel.

Attending the funeral was a “huge honor,” according to Antony Cotton.

The photograph of the royal guards’ captioned by Antony Cotton reads: “This occurred this morning at 9:00 right before I entered the Abbey. I appreciate your assistance x.”

Antony Cotton also shared a picture of the Order of Service from inside Westminster Abbey

As Antony Cotton discussed the Queen’s state funeral: “So, where do I start? The invitation to Her Majesty’s burial was the highest honor I have ever received. So happy to see so many friends working on it and representing their Queen and nation with pride. I will never forget that day. “May angelic flights sing thee to thy slumber…””

Some social media users have shared their confusion over Antony Cotton’s attendance

What the f***, wrote Twiggy1007 in response to Antony Cotton’s remark on social media.

Antony Cotton was awarded an MBE in 2022

In 2022, Antony Cotton received an MBE.

The late Queen honored Antony Cotton with an MBE earlier this year for his contributions to the British Army, its members, and veterans.

Antony Cotton looked very dapper in a black suit and grey trousers

In a gray pair of pants and a black suit, Antony Cotton appeared quite sharp.

Not the only famous person to attend the event was Antony Cotton, who supports Help for Heroes as well. The Order of Canada member and Killing Eve actress Sandra Oh attended as part of the Canadian delegation.

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