Manchester, United Kingdom – October 4, 2022 – Bayleaf Honours has pierced the veil of secrecy around how foreign citizens, such as from the USA, can be awarded UK Honors. Today, the King’s Honors exist for the same reason awards like the Nobel Peace Prize exist – to recognize people who are making the world a better place or reaching new heights in business, arts, sports, or the sciences.
When they were created by King George V, they were designed to reward those who made an outstanding contribution to the war effort. Now, they decorate a range of people from popular musicians like Elton John to international philanthropists like Bill and Melinda Gates.
First, a nomination must be made for someone (still living) whom one believes has made a significant impact on the world, this can even be for oneself. There is a fairly detailed application process involved and this application is considered by the Royal, Ceremonial and Honours Unit, part of the Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office (FCDO).
If they agree to the appointment, they will send their recommendations on to the Prime Minister and the King. Their sovereign alone awards the honor. Once selected, the appointee will be invited to an Investiture ceremony with the King himself or another member of the Royal Family. It is there that the award is conferred.
Bayleaf Honours is unique in their ability to turn a cumbersome process like seeking UK Honours into a hassle-free approach. The nomination process is a lengthy one. Not only are there numerous pieces of evidence to gather, but there is a detailed written statement to create. It would definitely be worth hiring an expert like Bayleaf, with their team of award-writing professionals.
They have helped a large number of Americans successfully submit their nominations and will coach clients each step of the way. They are the only application preparation service with a “No Risk Guarantee”.
People get Honours for achievements like:
Honours are given to people involved in fields including:
The entire team at Bayleaf were deeply saddened to hear of the Queen’s passing. Their hearts go out to the Royal Family and the rest of the nation as they all try to process this tremendous loss. Her decades of stalwart service, immense fortitude, and calm leadership in times of turmoil set a shining example for the world’s leaders and her impact will echo for generations to come.
As the nation’s leading authority on the Royal Honours process, they have been asked about the future of the process and whether they envisage changes. If worried and wondering about the future of the “Queen’s Honours”, they are here to set everybody’s mind at ease.
They have no doubt the programs will continue. While the “Queen’s Honours” is the commonly used name, the official name is the Most Excellent Order of the British Empire. It was founded by King George V over 100 years ago. Over time, will probably become commonly known as the “King’s Honours” as Charles and William take the throne in succession. However, it’s important to note that none of the official names of the various Honours (OBE, MBE, CBE, etc.) refers to the “Queen” herself. This is just colloquial nomenclature for the Honours as, during their reign, the monarch is the sole person who awards these honours.
About The Founder:
Mike McKie is the Founder and CEO of Bayleaf. During a recent interview, Mike made these comments, “My early career as a senior executive with global corporations in emerging and developing markets allowed me to experience a vast array of cultures across Europe, US, Latin America & Asia.
I use my specialist skills and work with an exceptional team of writers and journalists to craft profiles and tell stories that could ensure that pillars of the community, innovators and entrepreneurs are recognized and supported. We work with hundreds of people and organizations to gain the recognition they deserve by sharing their narratives in the right places and with the right people.”
He goes on to say, “I work personally with every one of our clients, from local charities, community heroes, to high-profile individuals and international businesses. Each client receives the same level of skill, discretion, and attention – no matter the scale of the contribution and impact.
We believe reputation is best built slowly and authentically over time. My team look at the whole picture from digital presence (like personal websites and social media) to traditional placements like awards and press. And when it comes to recognition, we make sure that no stone is unturned in finding the facts or the angles which might make the difference to a Queen’s Honour nomination.”
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