As one more citizen: David Beckham queues for hours to see the coffin of Elizabeth II [Video]

Television cameras captured the ex-soccer player David Beckham this Friday afternoon, patiently waiting in the huge queue that has formed around the westminster palace for citizens to pay their respects to the late Queen Elizabeth II.

Dressed in dark clothing and a cap with which Trying to go unnoticed by the crowd, the former Manchester United and Real Madrid player wore a very serious face as he moved slowly up the line. As the British government stressed this morning, no one can avoid this long wait accessing with a priority pass to the great hall of parliament, regardless of their popularity, professional prestige or services previously rendered to politics.

Victoria Beckham’s husband was one of the athletes who expressed himself with the greatest emotion when extolling the figure of the late monarch, who died last Thursday at his Scottish residence in Balmoral. The businessman also wanted to publicly thank her sovereign for more than 70 years of her work as the nation’s main reference, a job carried out with the “dignity” and “grace” that always characterized her as head of state.

“I am deeply saddened by the death of Her Majesty, the Queen. The fact that we are all devastated today reflects how much he meant to the people of this country and around the world. He greatly inspired us with his leadership and comforted us when times were tough.. Until her last days, the Queen served her country with dignity and grace. This year she was able to see firsthand how much they loved her. My thoughts and prayers are with the Royal Family.“He wrote a week ago on his social networks.

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