“Sir” Andy Murray finally official

Andy Murray has been “Sir Andy Murray” since he was named to the Queen’s “New Year Honours list” in 2016.

But he finally had his investiture ceremony at Buckingham Palace Thursday, with the sword of Prince Charles laid on both his shoulders as he (sort of) knelt in humility.

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The Prince, looking in splendid form, was in full regalia as the two chatted amiably.

The Royal Family announced this to its nearly four million Twitter followers Thursday.

The ceremony came the day after his 32nd birthday, as Sir Murray works to return from hip surgery.

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