Take That frontman, and the Queen's personal pop favourite, Gary Barlow is in line for an OBE award, tabloids report.
The singer, who is currently at No.1 with his 'Sing' album recorded for the Queen's Jubilee celebrations, is set to be named in the Queen's birthday honours list.
"The Queen was delighted with Gary Barlow's brilliant work and dedication," says a source to The Sun newspaper. "She made it clear he should be rewarded at the first available opportunity.
"Mr Barlow was told of Her Majesty's offer a few weeks ago. He was quite surprised, but he has accepted it."
Barlow spent a year arranging the Jubilee concert, which featured performances from Steve Wonder, Sir Paul McCartney, Robbie Williams, Dame Shirley Bassey and Cheryl Cole. He was recently teased on the set of X Factor 2012 auditions when fellow judges began calling him 'Sir Gary'.
Below: Gary Barlow - from jelly-smeared bum to the Queen's best mate