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IMAGE: Heavyweight champion Tyson Fury and wife Paris join thousands of mourners in London to place flowers at Buckingham Palace for the Queen, holding a card signed by boxing’s self-proclaimed ‘Gypsy King’
- Tyson Fury and his wife Paris were spotted leaving flowers for Queen Elizabeth II
- Thousands of people have paid their respects after her death last week
- The 34-year-old placed flowers and a heartfelt message at Buckingham Palace
- He signed the card ‘Gypsy King’ after writing ‘Great may your bed be in Heaven’
Tyson Fury and his wife Paris were spotted leaving flowers at the gates of Buckingham Palace after Queen Elizabeth II’s death last week.
The flowers were accompanied by a heartfelt message, which the two-time world heavyweight champion signed “Gypsy King.”
Tens of thousands of people have gathered to leave flowers at the royal residence in London since Her Majesty’s death was announced last Thursday.
Tyson Fury and his wife left flowers at Buckingham Palace for Queen Elizabeth II
The World Heavyweight Champion Signed His Heartfelt Message to the Queen ‘Gypsy King’
Fury’s card read: ‘To our queen, great may thy bed be in heaven. Love from Tyson and Paris xx Gypsy King x.’
About a million people are expected to travel to London on Monday in the run-up to the Queen’s state funeral.
Fury seemed keen to pay his respects personally for the funeral, having previously posted a tribute to Her Majesty on social media.
The Gypsy King took to Twitter immediately last Thursday to pay his respects to Queen Elizabeth
“Thoughts and prayers with my queen tonight, may God be with you,” Fury posted on Twitter last Thursday. REST IN PEACE. May the lord god grant you a good bed in heaven.’
The 34-year-old was in the headlines again this week after agreeing terms to meet Anthony Joshua in a ‘Battle of Britain’ fight on December 3.
While the contracts are yet to be signed, promoter Eddie Hearn revealed that Joshua wanted to fight his heavyweight rival as soon as possible, even if it meant a 60-40 split in favor of the Gypsy King.