- 'What an incredible life!' Former wrestler and popular actor The Rock send his touching condolences to the Royal Family following the passing of Queen Elizabeth II
- The WWE Hall of Famer, says in an Instagram video that the Queen's death vividly reminds him of his father's death in 2020.
- The Rock added that her death should guide people from all walks of life on how to live life
WWE Hall of Famer Dwayne 'The Rock' Johnson joined the rest of the world in mourning Queen Elizabeth II who died last evening aged 96. The news of the death of Her Majesty in Balmoral, Scotland came after she was placed under medical supervision by doctors, hours earlier.
The wrestling legend, delivered a moving tribute to the Royal Family in his gym, celebrating the life of Her Majesty who reigned for 70 years, the UK's longest-serving monarch.
In an Instagram post, The Rock eulogized the Queen, saying that although he's never met the Queen, he felt the pain of her family, praising her for a great life lived.
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In the video, the popular actor also said that the Queen's demise reminded him of his father's passing a few years ago.
I'm so sorry, I know the pain like we all know the pain...what a life...what an impactful life. What an incredible life. When I lost my old man, I never had the chance to say goodbye to him. The way I look at death these days is it informs us of how we should live, moving forward, in their spirit...
Apart from undertaking her duties as the head of the United Kingdom, Her Majesty was an important figure in sports.
From horse racing to football, to motorsport, to cricket, to golf and rugby, it is fair to say that the Queen was an active supporter and to some extent a participant in sports.
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Queen Elizabeth II came to the throne in 1952 and witnessed England lift their only World Cup title. The image of her handing the trophy to England captain Bobby Moore is etched in England's sporting memory.
Source: Sports Brief News