Sir Paul McCartney was made Companion of Honour Friday by Queen Elizabeth in a ceremony at Buckingham Palace. He received this honour from the Queen more than 20 years after his knighthood. The 75-year-old artist was accompanied by his wife Nancy at the event and wore a tailored suit, custom-made by his 46-year-old daughter, Stella. He paid tribute to his late Liverpool mom and dad wishing that they would have been there to witness the event. Sir Ringo Starr, the only other living Beatle received a knighthood earlier this year. Founded in 1917, The Order of the Companions of Honour consists of the Queen and a maximum of 65 members of which McCartney is one of the few singers along with Dame Vera Lynn, 101 and Dame Janet Baker.