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It's now "Sir" Captain Picard
Take that William Shatner. Patrick Stewart has now accomplished a feat no other "Star Trek" alumni has come close to, he's officially a knight. Queen Elizabeth II honored the 69-year-old actor best known for playing Jean Luc Picard in the "Star Trek" pantheon and Prof. Charles Xavier in three "X-Men" films with the title on Thursday.
Stewart joins his fellow "X-Men" co-star Ian McKellen as Knights in the British Order. They recently reunited on stage in a limited revival of "Waiting for Godot" in London's West End.