Helal was honoured in appreciation of her spreading of inclusivity among people of different races, religions and cultures.
UK-based Nubian-Egyptian, Inas Ibrahim Helal, has been honoured by Queen Elizabeth II at Buckingham Palace, where she was invited among other remarkable individuals who have made positive contributions and impact in their communities.
Helal was recoginised for her philanthropy and community work in education, physical health and promoting inclusivity between various races, religions and cultures in North London, where she lives.
She was congratulated by the Egyptian Consulate London and Egyptian Minister of Emigration, Nabila Makram, for her efforts and her standing as a positive representation of Egypt abroad.
Moreover, Helal has expressed her gratitude and joy in the multiple honours by the Queen, and officials in Egypt, thanking her parents and the Egyptian expat community in Britain that has supported her.