- Uday Partap Singh
Football News: Former English footballer David Beckham has refused an offer from an MP to pay tribute to the Queen by skipping a huge line.’
England’s longest reigning monarch Queen Elizabeth II breathed her last on 8th September aged 96.
Her coffin is currently kept at Westminster Hall, London and nationwide mourning is going on.
Queen’s death has triggered an outpour of emotions throughout England. Thousands of people are coming e every day to pay their last tribute to the Queen before her funeral on topping
Former English International David Beckham stood 13 hours in a queue to pay his final tributes to Queen Elizabeth II.
It has been reported that Beckham who is a firm loyalist decided to reject an offer from an MP to skip the line and instead waited with the general mass to pay his tributes.
Every MP in England has been granted to bring four members with them. So most of the VIPs till now have taken the help of the MPs to pay their tribute. And in the process, they have been criticized.
Beckham who was brought up by his loyalist Grandfather has set up an example as a source told the Daily Mail, “David could have avoided all of the queuing but he wanted to be like everyone else.”
The source further added, “He said his grandad wouldn’t have [jumped the queue] so neither would he.”
Dressed in an overcoat, a cap, and a covid mask, Beckham joined the line at 2 am. After surfing through Southwark Park to Westminster Hall he finally could pay his tribute around 3:25 PM.
The 47-year-old former footballer became very emotional and was seen shedding tears for the Queen.
While speaking about these, Beckham said, “A special moment I’ll always remember is receiving my OBE. I took my grandparents with me, who were the ones who brought me up to be a huge Royalist and a fan of the royal family. To step up, I have my wife there as well, to get my honour and to speak to Her Majesty.
A former Manchester United and Real Madrid player, Beckham is currently the co-owner of Inter Miami CF and Salford City.
He has previously represented the English national team 115 times and has also served the Three Lions as the captain.
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