Singer Lulu, xo สล็อต a former chief nursing officer and a public health expert on Covid are among the Scots honoured in the Queen's Birthday Honours list. Lulu, 72, who began her career at the age of 15, is made a CBE for services to music, entertainment and charity. Prof Fiona McQueen, who retired as chief nursing officer in March, receives a CBE for services to the NHS. Prof Linda Bauld is made an OBE for "guiding the public health response to, and public understanding of, Covid-19". Prof Bauld, an Edinburgh University behavioural scientist, has been a regular face on TV screens explaining the twists and turns of the pandemic. She has also been an adviser to the Scottish Parliament's Covid-19 committee, while continuing her role as chairwoman of public health at Edinburgh University. She said she was "delighted" to receive the award and predicted a "sea change" in scientific communication across the world as a result of the pandemic. "The public needed to hear from the scientists doing the research or understanding the research," she said. Prof McQueen, from Ayrshire, who was chief nursing officer for seven years, could often be seen alongside Nicola Sturgeon during her daily coronavirus briefings.