Emotional David Beckham bows head for Queen at her lying-in-state in Westminster Hall

Emotional david beckham bows head for queen at her lying-in-state in westminster hall

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Emotional David Beckham bows head for Queen at her lying-in-state in Westminster Hall. David Beckham appeared to wipe a tear from his eye as he approached the Queen’s coffin following a 13-hour wait in the five-mile-long queue on Friday. The football star joined the queue about 2am and bought doughnuts for fellow mourners. A changing of the guard occurred moments before Beckham was due to reach the coffin. Beckham appeared emotional as he waited his turn to pay his respects to the Queen alongside the crown of thousands, seen wiping the corner of his eye and covering his mouth with his hand as he approached the front of the queue. 

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