British native Harry Styles took a moment to pay tribute to Queen Elizabeth II during his New York concert on September 8 after the monarch died.
Harry Styles is a singer and actor from Britain. He paid tribute to the late Queen Elizabeth II at his most recent show in New York’s Madison Square Garden. Harry told the audience from the stage “ “From my homeland, there was some very sad news today, the passing of Queen Elizabeth II. Please, join me in a round of applause for 70 years of service”.
Queen Elizabeth II died early in the morning on September 8 at her Balmoral home in Scotland. She had been queen for 70 years. The royal family shared a picture of the late queen along with an official statement about her death on their social media pages. Her death means a big change for the royal family and for the whole world. During her last moments, the late queen was with her family, along with Prince Charles, who is currently King Charles III.
Harry Styles meeting Queen Elizabeth II:
Harry met the queen during the Royal Variety Performance in London in 2012. Harry performed in the 2012 Royal Variety Performance with Niall Horan, Zayn Malik, Liam Payne, and Louis Tomlinson. Harry wore black and white, while the Queen wore white and silver dress.
At an earlier point on Thursday, legendary musician Elton John gave his final show in Toronto, and throughout it, he paid respect to Queen Elizabeth II. He stated that she was an inspiration to him and that he is sad that she is no longer around.