Manchester United striker and World Best Player for several years, Cristiano Ronaldo has joined millions to mourn the passing of Queen Elizabert II.
He wrote thus on his Facebook pages even “Seven years of my career were played in the Premier League, making this my 8th season living in England. Throughout these years, I’ve felt the everlasting love of the UK for it’s Queen, and how important Her Majesty was and will forever be to the British people. I pay my respect to her memory and I mourn this irreplaceable lost with the country that I’ve learned to call home. My thoughts and prayers are with the Royal Family. 🙏🏻🙏🏻🙏🏻
David Beckam wrote…”I’m truly saddened by the death of Her Majesty, The Queen. What an outpouring of love and respect we saw for the Platinum Jubilee for her life of service. How devastated we all feel today shows what she has meant to people in this country and around the world. How much she inspired us with her leadership. How she comforted us when times were tough. Until her last days she served her country with dignity and grace. This year she would have known how loved she was. My thoughts and prayers are with our Royal Family…
Former Super Eagles star, Nwankwo Kanu, has led other African players across the world to pay their last respect to Queen Elizabeth II
The United Kingdom’s longest-serving monarch – who sat on the throne for over 70 years – died peacefully at Balmoral, according to the Royal Family
Nigeria and Arsenal striker Kanu part of the African football legends who paid glowing tributes to the to late monarch.
He tweeted, “RIP Queen Elizabeth.”
Ivory Coast international and former Chelsea FC striker, Didier Drogba reacting to the death of the Queen.
Didier Drogba via his verified Twitter account, showed concerns over the loss of the monarch as he penned down a goodbye message to her, and also sent his condolences to the Royal Family.