Man Utd ace Ronaldo ‘mourns irreplaceable loss’ in Queen tribute

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Manchester United star Cristiano Ronaldo has made a touching tribute to Queen Elizabeth II, insisting he has seen how much the late monarch meant to the British people. The Portugal captain has spent eight seasons in his career playing in the Premier League. 

The Queen died peacefully at her Bamoral residence on Thursday at the age of 96. 

United forward Ronaldo has become the latest sporting figure to pay their respect to the Queen. The 37-year-old says he is ‘mourning this irreplaceable loss’. 

He wrote on Instagram: “Seven years of my career were played in the Premier League, making this my 8th season living in England. Throughout these years, I’ve felt the everlasting love of the UK for its Queen, and how important Her Majesty was and will forever be to the British people. 

“I pay my respect to her memory and I mourn this irreplaceable loss with the country that I’ve learned to call home. My thoughts and prayers are with the Royal Family.”

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