English football legend David Beckham joined the throngs of mourners, some famous, who came out to pay their respects to Queen Elizabeth II and to view the monarch as she lies at Westminster Hall.
Beckham says the communal experience where they celebrate the amazing life of the Queen is meant to be shared together.
Former Prime Minister Theresa May was also spotted curtseying to the Queen’s coffin.
Queen Elizabeth will lie in state at Westminster Hall until her funeral on Tuesday.
The queue to visit her is more than five miles and 14 hours long.
It’s expected that 75,000 people will come to pay their respects to her.
King Charles III will lead a vigil over his mother’s coffin today.