Victoria Beckham shares moving tribute to Queen after David queued 14 hours to see coffin

Victoria Beckham has shared a touching tribute to the Queen and described her as “inspirational”– days after her husband David Beckham’s queued for 14 hours to see the Queen's coffin in Westminster Hall. 

The former Spice Girl, 48, took to her Instagram to share three images of the Queen from her younger days as she penned a moving tribute to the late Queen Elizabeth II, who died at the age of 96.

The singer shared one photo of the Queen in a red coat with matching hat and a second photo of her with her beloved Corgis, while the third showed her Majesty stroking a horse.

Victoria penned: “I’ve spent the last week reflecting on the loss of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II and how she was a powerful source of inspiration not just for me, but for so many around the world.”

She went on: “The ultimate icon in every way and the epitome of elegance, she will live on in our hearts and minds forever. I offer my deepest sympathy and heartfelt condolences to the Royal Family at this time, and we join them in mourning the loss of our beloved Sovereign.”

She signed off the post: “VB”.

Fans rushed to the post to share their tributes with Victoria.


One wrote: “I don’t think we’re ready to let her go just yet!”

Another shared: “Beautifully put (clapping hands emoji) And her Majesty the Queen was so glamorous too, always immaculately dressed and elegant.”

While a third shared: “Our beautiful Queen.”

The tribute follow Victoria’s husband David, 47, queuing for 14 hours to view the Queen’s coffin, with the former footballer praised for “declining a pass to jump the queue.”

He decided to wait for14 hours among thousands of mourners to see Her Majesty Lying-in-State in Westminster Hall.

At the 12 hour mark David toldITV News' Neil Connery: “I was so lucky I was able to have a few moments in my life to be around Her Majesty.

“A sad day but it's a day to remember the incredible legacy she left."

David continued: "I grew up in a household of royalists and I was brought up that way."

He also told ITV news: "I thought by coming at 2:00 am it was going to be a little bit quieter – I was wrong.

The star jokingly said his "knees were ok” from standing in the long queue but the same couldn't be said for his back.

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