After waiting in line for hours, England football legend David Beckham paid his respects to Queen Elizabeth II on Friday afternoon.
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At around 3:25 p.m. Friday afternoon, the football star was spotted inside Westminster Hall, where the late monarch's body is lying in state, more than 13 hours after he was first spotted n the queue.
Beckham told reporters earlier on Friday that he had been waiting for more than 12 hours while still queuing.
"We all want to be here together, we all want to experience something where we can celebrate our Queen's amazing life," Beckham said.
"You understand that something like this today is meant to be shared together. So you're aware that we've been here. We're snacking on Pringles. "We're eating Sherbet Lemons, sandwiches, and coffee," said the football player.
Speaking to an ITV News reporter, Beckham said he "grew up in a royalist household" and had come on behalf of his grandparents, who he said would have queued if they were still alive.
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