England soccer legend David Beckham is mourning the lack of Queen Elizabeth II.
Beckham paid his respects to Queen Elizabeth II on Friday afternoon after queuing for hours alongside different members of the general public.
The soccer participant joined a queue of individuals at 1.45 am coming contained in the Westminster Corridor to see the Queen’s coffin. It was not till 3.26 pm that he bought an opportunity to go contained in the venue.
Talking to reporters whereas queuing earlier, the 47-year-old mentioned he had been ready for greater than 12 hours.”We all want to be here together, we all want to experience something where we celebrate the amazing life of our Queen,” Beckham mentioned.
“You know something like this today is meant to be shared together. So, you know the fact that we’ve been here. We’re eating Pringles. We’re eating Sherbet Lemons, sandwiches and coffee,” the soccer participant continued.
Talking to a reporter from ITV Information, Beckham mentioned he “grew up in a household of royalists” and had come on behalf of his grandparents who he mentioned would have queued in the event that they have been nonetheless alive.
“Every time that we stood there and wore those Three Lions shirts and I had my armband and we sang “God Save Our Queen” that was one thing that meant a lot to us and each time that we did it, it was one thing particular,” concluded Beckham.