Victoria Beckham shares throwback of meeting the Queen and calls it her ‘proudest moment’


VICTORIA Beckham has shared an incredible throwback of her meeting the Queen during her Spice Girls days.

Posh Spice, 48, posted the snap on her Instagram story, showing her with bandmate Emma Bunton with Her Majesty in the group’s heyday.

Victoria posted a sweet throwback of her meeting the Queen in 1997Instagram

David was praised for queuing for 13 hours to see the Queen

Adding a touching tribute, the fashion designer said: “One of my proudest @spicegirls moments was meeting Her Majesty the Queen at the Royal Command in 1997.

“I’m so grateful for this memory.”

Victoria’s sweet throwback comes after her husband David, 47, was praised for queuing for 13 hours to see the Queen lying in state.

A source said:  “David was offered a queue jump hall pass – and the opportunity to go in with an MP – but turned it down to queue.

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“He’s got there at 2am and felt it was really important to be alongside everyone else for such a moving moment.”

It comes after a number of MPs were criticised for skipping the queue this week.

David was seen wearing a dark flat cap, suit and tie as he waited in line to pay his respects.

“This day was always going to be a difficult day,” he told Sky News. “Our thoughts are with the family — it’s very special to hear all of the stories from people here.

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“The most special moment for me was to receive my OBE (Order of the British Empire honour from the queen, which he received in 2003). I took my grandparents with me who were huge royalists.

“I was so lucky that I was able to have a few moments like that in my life to be around Her Majesty. It’s a sad day, but a day to remember.”

David said he had turned up to queue in the early hours, hoping to dodge the main rush but had been thwarted in his plan.

“I thought by coming at 2:00 am it was going to be a little bit quieter — I was wrong,” he told ITV News.

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