David and Victoria Beckham appeared in a special video to congratulate Britain's Queen Elizabeth on her Diamond Jubilee.
The soccer star and the fashion designer were featured in the footage for the BBC's tribute piece, which marked the 86-year-old monarch's 60 years on the throne.
David spoke on behalf of the couple - who currently live in Los Angeles with their four children - and thanked the queen for what a great job she has done.
He said: "I'd just like to say from us, me, Victoria, our family and the entire country, congratulations Your Majesty."
David and Victoria have close associations with the royal family and last year attended the wedding of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge.
They have also met the queen on several occasions as well as being introduced to Prince Charles.
Although the Beckhams currently reside in America, David - who grew up in London's East End - is very proud of the British royal family and regards the queen as a grandmother.
He recently said: "The queen is someone that I feel that I've grown up with. She's like my grandmother. So for us to be celebrating 60 years on the throne, 60 years leading our country the way she's led our country, is a special moment for us."