After waiting in line for more than 12 hours to pay homage to the last monarch, David Beckham is crowned by Queen Elizabeth II. He got emotional as he said goodbye to Elizabeth.
The English football star was spotted wiping tears at Westminster Hall on Friday. He was also seen burying his head in his hands while standing with other mourners.
Apparently, at 2:00 on Friday morning, he got in line without his famous family and waited over 12 hours to see the Queen go to bed.
One person tweeted, Beckham didn’t care about the attention he got in line, and allegedly even bought a batch of lucky fan cupcakes to keep them energized while waiting in the long queue.
Beckham was dressed in mourning attire, wearing a black suit and a black flat hat. He took off his hat when he entered the room.
a resource told the Daily Mail That Beckham was initially overlooked and not photographed out of respect by fans, but as the day progressed, everything changed, with many viewers gathering around the star to try and take pictures.
Lizzy Lloyd said, “My best friends mom was always across from her and she’s been in line for ten hours just like her.” tweeted out“My friends say my mom joined the line at 2 am. She bought donuts for the people around her.”
Lloyd also added that Beckham “agreed to take pictures after paying his respects to His Majesty”.
Many praised Beckham for standing in line for more than 12 hours despite being famous and at risk of being seen and approached by fans.
It’s pretty daring, if not ‘Wah, it’s really hard to be famous,’ for David Beckham to come alone and stand in line for ten hours where everyone gets to know him. GOLDEN BALLS, Someone tweeted.
Another said, “I love that he does that and doesn’t take the slow-fast path.”
Beckham shared how grateful he was to be able to say goodbye to the monarch he admired after a long wait.
“I was very lucky to be able to spend a few minutes in my life to be with His Majesty,” he said. He told ITV News on Friday. “It’s a sad day, but a day to remember the incredible legacy he left behind.”
Beckham He shared that he was “destroyed” After the Queen died last week.
“I am truly saddened by the death of Her Majesty the Queen. We have seen how much love and respect she has for the Platinum Jubilee throughout her life of service.” “We feel how devastated we are today, it shows what he means to people in this country and around the world. How much he inspired us with his leadership.
“How he comforted us in difficult times. Until his last days, he served his country with dignity and grace.”
“He would have known how much he was loved this year,” he added, adding that his “thoughts and prayers” were with the Royal Family.
Beckham at a meeting and a meeting at Buckingham Palace in 2015. Award ceremony in 2002
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