Buckingham Palace showed how deep their love is for Barry Gibb, the only living member of the Bee Gees, by knighting him in honor of his work in music and charity. Prince Charles performed the ceremony on Tuesday. The 71-year-old pop singer and songwriter dedicated his knighthood to his late siblings in a moving speech.
Sir Barry is the last surviving member of the band after the death of Maurice following a bowel operation in 2003 and his twin Robin in 2012 from cancer.
"If it was not for my brothers, I would not be here. If I had spent my whole life writing songs on my own, it would have meant something else altogether.
"I hope and pray they are aware of what's happened…"