Wales's record try-scorer Shane Williams is set to pick up an MBE for services to rugby.
The 36-year-old wing played his last game for Wales in December 2011, running in his record 58th try for his country.
Wales' record try scorer Shane Williams will line up against ACT Brumbies today in his one off game for the British and Irish Lions. The 36 year-old retired from international rugby in 2011 and currently plays for Mitsubishi Dynaboars in Japan.
Williams - who scored 58 tries in 87 Tests for Wales - will play alongside fellow Welshmen Ian Evans, Justin Tipuric and Toby Faletau.
Richard Hibbard and Dan Lydiate are on the bench for the Lions' last warm-up game before the first Test against Australia on Saturday.
The oil painting of rugby legend Shane Williams unveiled today is the work of Welsh portrait artist David Griffiths.
David was brought up in Pwllheli but later moved to London to train at the Slade School of Fine Art.
He is well-known for his painting of the Prince of Wales receiving the freedom of the city of Cardiff in 1969 - the year of the Investiture.
He has since depicted many public figures, including Enoch Powell and the Archbishop of Wales, Barry Morgan.
Shane Williams is not the first sportsman to become the subject of David's paintbrush - Joe Calzaghe, Jack Matthews, Bleddyn Williams and Barry John have all been captured on canvas by the Welshman.
Wales' all-time leading try-scorer Shane Williams will unveil a portrait of himself later at the National Library of Wales.
The portrait, which was painted in oils on a 30 x 40 inch canvas over a period of six months, depicts Shane wearing his kit for his last international match against Australia in December 2011.
Welsh portrait artist David Griffiths, who has depicted many of the UK's public figures during his 40-year career, painted the sportsman last year.
The painting has joined other Griffiths portraits of eminent Welsh figures in the Aberystwyth-based National Library collection.
Shane Williams has been explaining his decision to prolong his career by playing in Japan. The thirty-five year old former Ospreys winger, capped eighty-seven times by Wales and also a British Lion, had been due to retire. But instead he's been preparing for a new career.
The Ospreys have beaten Leinster 31-30 in the RaboDirect Pro 12 play-off final. A late try from Shane Williams and a conversion from Dan Biggar sealed the win for the Welsh side with just minutes to spare.
Retiring winger Shane Williams has been tweeting about his late surge against the Dragons at the Liberty Stadium last night.
The 34-year-old scored a dramatic late try and conversion, making the final score 31 points to 12.
It had been billed as his farewell game for the Ospreys before he retires.