Knighthood for Sir Frank Lowy in the 2017 Queen’s Birthday Honours, Windsor Castle.
It was a privilege to work with the Lowy family on Sir Frank Lowy’s knighthood from the Queen at Windsor Castle.
Sir Frank was knighted in the 2017 Queen’s Birthday Honours for services to business and philanthropy on 8th December 2017 by Queen Elizabeth. Sir Frank celebrated this moment with his 3 sons, grandchildren and great-grandchildren enjoying the honour.
After the ceremony, we braced the winter Windsor air and created a selection of beautiful family photographs as a reminder of the day.
We were thrilled to hear that Sir Frank enjoyed the photographs and have chosen two of them for his autobiography coming out alongside a documentary that is being created on Sir Frank’s fascinating life.
Below you will find a few of our favourite images from the days celebrations. Please note these images are copywriter to Stephanie Cronin at Summers Photography and may not be used without permission from copyright holder.
Australian business tycoon and and self-made billionaire Frank Lowy has been awarded a knighthood in London.
The 87-year-old was honoured at an investiture ceremony at Windsor Castle for his contribution to business and philanthropy.
The Westfield co-founder was named a Knight Bachelor, a knighthood where the recipient is not part of a specific order.
The business magnate said he had thought ‘how come?’ in being knighted, but was thankful for the honour.
‘I couldn’t quite add the two and two together but of course it’s a wonderful feeling to have received that honour,’ he told the publication.
‘It was wonderful to have the family here. I think they all enjoyed it — the occasion was very, very impressive.’