Anthony Joshua joined football stars to pay tribute to late queen Elizabeth II


Anthony Joshua the British Nigerian boxer has joined some football stars like harry Kane and Tottenham hotspur striker to pay his respect to late queen Elizabeth II, the British queen was confirmed dead on Thursday at the age of 96.

in 2020 Anthony Joshua received a royal handshake from late queen Elizabeth II after a speech he granted which inspired the monarch.

Late queen Elizabeth was said to have ruled over 70 years after acquiring the throne in 1952, her elder's son "Charles" is left to succeed her and become king of England.

The British boxer paid his tribute via his twitter account by replying "Rest in Peace" to a post by the official account of the royal family which stated that "The queen died peacefully in balmoral this afternoon, the king and queen consort will remain at balmoral this evening and would return to London tomorrow".

England striker Harry Kane in his tribute message to the late British queen address her as an amazing inspiration while Gary Lineker added "such a terrible sad day"

Other football stars also join in paying their respect to late queen Elizabeth and her death is sure to affect football worldwide.


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