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Dressed in an overcoat and wearing a hat, joined the line at 2am and remained firm in his view that he should queue The Mirror Online David Beckham this week ‘refused offer’ to jump Queen queue in tribute to his grandad. Beckham turned down an MP who offered him the chance to skip the line as he instead waited for 13 hours to pay his respects to Queen Elizabeth II, believing his grandfather wouldn’t have approved of him jumping ahead. Beckham snubbed an offer from an MP to skip the Elizabeth line and instead waited 13 hours to pay his respects to The Queen. The global icon queued with the rest of the public amid criticism aimed at the so-called social elite for bypassing the huge waiting time. Former England football captain Beckham, dressed in an overcoat and wearing a hat, joined the line at 2am and remained firm in his view that he should queue - citing the influence of his Grandfather. An MP is able to take four people with them but Beckham felt his Grandfather, a firm royalist, would not have wapproved.