Cardboard cut-out of The Queen wearing Millwall kit spotted at The Den during Championship clash with Swansea
Queen Elizabeth II was seen in the stands at The Den in full Millwall kit during their clash with Swansea on Tuesday.
A cardboard cut-out of the monarch was spotted in the crowd during the Championship match, which ended 1-1.
All professional football matches are currently being played behind closed doors due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Clubs have been creative in getting fans to show their support with many able to pay to have a cardboard cut-out in the empty stands.
Some have seen it as a chance to get creative with their efforts to get a variety of faces in the crowd.
The Queen is the latest to be seen looking on from the terraces.
There were some interesting faces in the crowd watching Nottingham Forest’s game at the weekend including a menacing picture of Roy Keane holding an ice cream and Where’s Wally.
Leeds removed an image of former al-Qaeda leader Osama bin Laden from their cardboard cut-out crowd, though ahead of football’s return to Elland Road.
Fans down on the south coast have been a little more sensible with their submitted images.
Brighton are one of several clubs offering the chances for fans to have cut-outs of themselves or family members at matches.
CEO Paul Barber revealed many have chosen to have pictures of relatives who have died.
“We have had quite a few people where, for example, their father had been a Brighton supporter but had not had the chance to go to the Amex Stadium before he died, and is now going to have a cut-out of him there,” he told The Times.