The death of Queen Elizabeth II on September 8 has put the whole UK in mourning. Fashion brands have posted their condolences, department stores have closed their doors, and McDonald’s has also announced that all UK stores will be on closed on the day of the state funeral. Show respect to the Queen. Ahead of the state funeral ceremony on September 19, local time, the coffin has been moved to Westminster Hall for the public to pay their respects, pay their respects, say goodbye to the Queen, and form a long line of people on the spot.
Although the coffin is in Westminster Hall for several hours, it may never be enough for the huge number of people who want to express their condolences The queue is 4-8 kilometers long, and takes an average of 10 hours to enter Westminster Hall to pay their respects. In the vast sea of people, David Beckham also appeared, wearing a black suit and beret, all the way from early morning to 3 o’clock in the afternoon that day then, the process was also kindly taking pictures with fans, and finally conceded in front of the coffin to wipe away tears, according to foreign media He said, in fact, some relevant personnel have already said that they could let David Beckham jump in the queue to enter Westminster Hall first, but David Beckham refused, and he wanted to be like all the people, lining up, walking slowly, and saying goodbye to the Queen.
After the story was told, David Beckham added a few more points in the fans’ hearts, showing more respect for the Queen without using the privilege.
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