King Charles Congratulates Michelle Yeoh on Historic Oscar Win
King Charles and Queen Consort Camilla have congratulated Michelle Yeoh on her historic Oscar win.
Michelle Yeoh made history on Sunday as the first Asian woman to win the Oscar for Best Actress, for her exuberant portrayal of an immigrant business owner immersed in a mad multiverse in the sci-fi journey.” Everything Everywhere All at Once”.
The Hollywood veteran won over Academy voters with her complex take on Evelyn Wang, a Chinese-American laundromat owner who’s mired in a tax audit, stuck in a crumbling marriage and struggling to get herself together. connect with her daughter Joy.
Yeoh took home top honors thanks to strong performances from Cate Blanchett (“Tar”), Michelle Williams (“The Fabelmans”), Andrea Riseborough (“To Leslie”) and Ana de Armas (“Blonde”).
Buckingham Palace, on behalf of the King and Queen Consort, congratulated the Malaysian actress on Twitter.
King Charles and Camilla tweeted: “Congratulations to Michelle Yeoh (and her family watching at home in Malaysia) on her historic Oscar win on #CommonwealthDay!”