‘I am dwelling this ambiance in London’: Tottenham boss Antonio Conte reveals he visited Buckingham Palace to put flowers and pay his respects to the Queen forward of Spurs’ Champions League conflict with Sporting Lisbon
- Antonio Conte revealed he paid his respects to the Queen at Buckingham Palace
- The Tottenham boss lay flowers outdoors the Queen’s London residence on Friday
- He mentioned: ‘There’s huge disappointment within the nation. I’m dwelling the ambiance in London’
- Spurs are set to tackle Sporting Lisbon within the Champions League on Tuesday
Antonio Conte has revealed he visited Buckingham Palace final week to pay his respects to the Queen.
The Tottenham supervisor, who’s Italian, made the journey to capital together with his brother Daniele to put flowers on the Queen’s London residence simply 24 hours after her passing was confirmed.
Antonio Conte revealed he visited Buckingham Palace to pay his respects to Queen Elizabeth II
He mentioned on Monday: ‘What happened in the last few days is something extraordinary, honestly on Thursday we were all saddened because we are talking about a person whose service to the country was outstanding.
‘I think in this moment there is big sadness in the country, I’m dwelling this ambiance in London.
‘On Friday, I went to Buckingham Palace like a traditional individual – as a result of I’m a traditional individual. I wish to reside this example.
Tottenham are on the point of tackle Sporting Lisbon within the Champions League on Tuesday
He mentioned: ‘To reside this example in London, I’ll hold in my coronary heart, my thoughts for the remainder of my life’
‘For positive we are going to bear in mind this for the remainder of life. I wished to present our condolences to the Royal Household.
‘It’s a tragic second however a particular second as a result of we’re speaking in regards to the loss of life of the Queen. Truthfully, for me it is very tough to consider as a result of in your thoughts you suppose the Queen is immortal.
‘To reside this example in London, I’ll hold in my coronary heart my thoughts for the remainder of my life.’