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Tyson and Paris Fury pay tribute and lay flowers for Queen Elizabeth at Buckingham palace

Tyson and Paris Fury laid flowers for The Queen outside of Buckingham Palace after leaving a touching tribute.

The former heavyweight champion and his wife paid a heartfelt tribute to the late monarch – who died aged 96 on September 8 – ahead of the state funeral which takes place today (19.08.22).

Tyson, 34 and ‘Loose Women’ panellist Paris, 32, joined thousands of people in the queue who flocked to London to pay their respects to the Queen, either by laying flowers outside the palace or by paying a visit to Westminster Hall to see her lie in state.

The couple were snapped outside of Buckingham Palace on Friday (16.09.22) with a rose bouquet which was placed outside amongst hundreds of other tributes left in remembrance for Britain’s longest serving monarch.

The flowers also came with a card which was signed with his iconic boxer nickname.

Card read:"To Our Queen, great may your bed be in Heaven. Love from Tyson and Paris xx Gypsy King x."

This comes in after Tyson’s initial reaction to the Queen’s death, which was announced around 6:30pm last Thursday.

He took to social media where he shared a picture of Her Majesty on the throne and wrote alongside: " Thoughts prayers with my Queen tonight.

"RIP. may the lord god grant u a good bed in heaven."

Paris also took to Instagram to share her own tribute alongside a montage of pictures of the Queen throughout her reign, she penned: "RIP to our Queen Elizabeth, sad is today."

Most recently the mum of six – who has daughters Venezuela, 12 Valencia Amber, four, and Athena, one and sons Prince John James, nine, Prince Tyson Fury II, four, and Prince Adonis Amaziah, three, with her husband – followed up by leaving another tribute in wake of her funeral. She uploaded a portrait of Queen Elizabeth which was taken to mark her Platinum Jubilee and wrote: “RIP our noble Queen. Thoughts and Prayers with the family today.”

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