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Beckham And Fury Pay Last Tribute To Queen Elizabeth II

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Football Legend David Beckham and WBC holder Tyson Fury paid tribute to Queen Elizabeth II on the day of her state funeral.

Sport came to a standstill once more on Monday as a mark of respect for the UK’S longest-serving monarch, with sporting personalities and organizations sharing condolences.

Former England football captain Beckham remembered her Majesty as a unique, inspirational, and caring leader, while heavyweight boxing champion Fury said may she rest in heaven for eternity.

Beckham, who queued fpr 13 hours to see the Queen lying in state in Westminster Hall, wrote on Instagram that their Queen is home.

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