Hugh Jackman arrived at London's Buckingham Palace tonight dressed in a suit and tie for a face-to-face meet and greet with the Queen of England. Elle Macpherson joined Hugh and other popular Australians at the reception hosted by her majesty. Hugh was beaming ear to ear all night long, and it may be that he's still basking in the success of Real Steel's first-place finish at the box office over the weekend. His robocentric family flick took home first place with $27.3 million, beating out George Clooney and Ryan Gosling's political drama The Ides of March. In addition to the film's success, Hugh also celebrated his 43rd birthday yesterday. The date proved to be twice as meaningful this year as Hugh also launched a new company, Laughing Man, on the date. The philanthropic brand sells fair trade coffee, tea, chocolates, and gear and will donate 100 percent of its profits to charity.