It must have rankled Ringo Starr when Paul McCartney was knighted in 1997 - but 21 years later, he's finally got his own knighthood.
The Beatles drummer was knighted in a ceremony and will known be known as Sir Richard Starkey - or 'Sir Ringo', as he put it himself.
The 77-year-old - who received an MBE with his bandmates back in 1965 - was honoured for his 'services to music' at Buckingham Palace and told the BBC: "It means a lot actually. It means recognition for the things we've done. I was really pleased to accept this."
See the pics below:
Another day in the life peace and love. ðŸ˜ŽâœŒï¸?ðŸŒŸðŸ'–ðŸŽ¶ðŸ?˜ðŸŽµðŸ?'ðŸŒºðŸ™?ðŸ?½â˜®ï¸? pic.twitter.com/7rKcIYjmLw
— #RingoStarr (@ringostarrmusic) March 20, 2018