…and the Queen is back in the palace. Today she will say goodbye to Her Majesty the Queen. This week the world mourned the loss of a truly extraordinary, inspiring and compassionate leader,” Beckham wrote on Instagram next to the late Queen’s coffin portrait.
He went on to say that thousands of people from all walks of life gathered to show their appreciation for the monarchy. I saw my family.
Before Queen Elizabeth died on September 8 at the age of 96, Beckham took to social media to express her grief. She is heartbroken at the news of Her Majesty’s passing. As he said in part on Instagram, “The outpouring of love and respect we saw for her platinum jubilee for a lifetime of service”. It’s a testament to what it meant to people in this country and around the world.
Referring to the late king’s “history of dedication and devotion to duty,” the 47-year-old former athlete said, “Long live the king.” For more than 12 hours on Friday, the famous footballer lined up to pay tribute to the late Queen, who reigned for more than 70 years, while lying in Westminster Hall. The street is that he bought donuts to cheer people up.
When he finally reached the coffin containing the Queen, he was found wiping his tears and bowing his head in reverence.
The first few hours were fairly quiet for Beckham, but as night fell, the crowd began recognizing the celebrity and asking for selfies.
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