Norfolk MP Sir Brandon Lewis has attended his investiture ceremony at Windsor Castle.

Sir Brandon, who represents Great Yarmouth and was knighted last June in a political honours list, said he was "incredibly proud" to stand alongside his wife Justine and his children to receive his investiture at the royal castle.

He said it was "a wonderful day and being able to share it with my family made it even more special".

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Great Yarmouth Mercury: Sir Brandon Lewis at Windsor CastleSir Brandon Lewis at Windsor Castle (Image: Sir Brandon Lewis)

He said his wife and children have been "beyond supportive" throughout his time as a councillor and an MP, as well as his time in government and as a cabinet member.

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"It was also humbling to see how many people give so much in their communities and are able to be recognised for their work, it is something that is part of what makes the UK special," he said.

He thanked everyone - friends, family and colleagues - who have supported him over the years.

The Great Yarmouth Conservative MP has recently faced criticism for receiving more than £33,000 in severance payments after quitting two cabinet posts in a matter of months and for having seven jobs.