'Rest in heaven for eternity' – Tyson Fury and John Terry lead sport stars in paying tribute to The Queen after funeral | The Sun

TYSON FURY paid tribute to The Queen and offered his condolences to The Royal Family ahead of her funeral.

The boxer, 34, had been on a social media blackout out of respect for Her Majesty following her death.

But he returned to social media to honour The Queen while wishing for the funeral to go well.

In a video he posted on Instagram Fury said: "Hey guys, Queen's funeral today. I've been off social media the past ten days mourning in respect for our Queen who's died.

"Not posted nothing. Not been interested in anything else. I hope all the funeral goes well, condolences to the full family and may she rest in heaven for eternity."

John Terry also bid farewell to The Queen with a message on social media saying: "Today we very sadly say goodbye to our greatest ever Monarch, Queen Elizabeth ll.


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"Thank you for your service, dedication and sacrifice for our great country. Rest In Peace Your Majesty ❤️."

Fury paid his respects in person last week as he laid flowers for Her Majesty outside the gates of Buckingham Palace alongside his wife Paris.

The pair also placed a card in tribute with a message that read: "To Our Queen.

"Great may your bed be in Heaven.

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"Love from Tyson and Paris."

Fury and Paris are in France after taking a private jet to Cannes for what could be a final holiday for the couple before the Gypsy King's next fight.

Fury is currently in talks to fight Anthony Joshua in a huge 'Battle of Britain' heavyweight bout.

The fight is expected to take place at the Principality Stadium in Cardiff in December.

A 60-40 purse split in Fury's favour has already been agreed and both Brits are preparing to start their respective training programmes.

Fury is also expected to take on WBA, WBO and IBF heavyweight champion Oleksandr Usyk, who defeated Joshua for the second time last month.

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