David Beckham: Queen funeral| Queen coffin| Queen elizabeth photos

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David Beckham wiped away his tears as he paid respects to the Queen after standing in line for 13 hours. Today we will discuss about David Beckham: Queen funeral| Queen coffin| Queen elizabeth photos.

David Beckham: Queen funeral| Queen coffin| Queen elizabeth photos

David Robert Joseph Beckham OBE (born 2 May 1975) is an English former professional footballer, the current chairman and co-owner of Inter Miami CF and co-owner of Salford City. Known for his range of passing, crossing ability and free-kick bending as a right winger, Beckham is regarded as one of the greatest and most recognizable midfielders of his generation, as well as now Known as one of the best set-piece experts of all time. He is the first English player to win league titles in four countries: England, Spain, the United States and France.

Born
David Robert Joseph Beckham[1]

2 May 1975 (age 47)[1]
London, England
Occupation
  • Footballer
  •  
  • Businessman
Organisation(s) UNICEF, Malaria No More[2]
Agent Simon Fuller (XIX Entertainment)
Height 6 ft 0 in (1.83 m)[3][4][5]
Spouse
Victoria Adams
 
(m. 1999)
Children 4, including Brooklyn and Romeo
Relatives Nicola Peltz (daughter-in-law)

Association football career
Position(s) Midfielder

Queen funeral

David Beckham: Queen funeral| Queen coffin| Queen elizabeth photos

Former England football captain David has joined the public queue to be lying in the Queen’s kingdom, saying it was “special to be here”. The Queen funeral is sad and peaceful. 

Queen coffin

David Beckham: Queen funeral| Queen coffin| Queen elizabeth photos

David waited 13 hours in line to see the Queen’s coffee. And, when he finally managed to get close to the emperor in his recumbent state, he was in tears. As he saw the queen’s coffin, Beckham slowly lowered his head and fixed his gaze on the ground.

On 16 September, at approximately 3:25 p.m. (local time), Beckham was seen inside Westminster Hall, more than 13 hours after initially being seen in line. Beckham told reporters that he had been waiting in line for more than 12 hours before.

Waiting in line with fellow British nationals who came together to pay tribute to the deceased queen, he said, “We all want to be here together. We all want to experience something where we celebrate the Amazon life of our Queen. Today is something to share together.”

Queen elizabeth photos

David Beckham: Queen funeral| Queen coffin| Queen elizabeth photos

England’s legendary football player David Beckham paid tribute to Queen Elizabeth II on Friday afternoon after standing in a queue for hours along with others.

The football star was seen inside Westminster Hall, where the late monarch’s body lay at around 3:25 pm. He was first seen in a queue after more than 13 hours on Friday afternoon.

Speaking to reporters while in the queue earlier on Friday, Beckham said he had been waiting for more than 12 hours.

“We all want to be here together, we all want to experience something where we celebrate the wonderful life of our Queen,” Beckham said.

“You know today is something like this to share together. So, you know the fact that we’ve been here. We’re eating Pringles. We’re having sorbet limes, sandwiches, and coffee,” says football player continued.

 

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