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David Muir pays tribute to co-stars and team during royal assignment

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David Muir has been busy covering the proceedings surrounding the death of Queen Elizabeth II this past Thursday.MORE: Who is David Muir's 'cool' older sister Rebecca? - All we knowHe and the ABC News team decided to go the full mile, of course, as a few of them jetted off to London to cover the news from the ground.VIDEO: David Muir's glimpse into his lavish homeDavid was joined by his frequent ABC News co-star and friend Deborah Roberts and they met up with their British correspondent James Longman.Along with photographs featuring the other members of their team, the World News Tonight anchor took to social media to thank them for their work in getting the story together as efficiently as possible.MORE: David Muir gets everybody talking with photo of his lookalike nephew"What a week.

Kyiv—> Lviv—> Warsaw—> New York—> London. Grateful to the unbelievable team from Ukraine to the U.K. — and to the producers and editors back home who shepherded our pieces to air.

Love this team," he wrote.Deborah responded to his post with: "What a week indeed!" while one of his other colleagues at ABC wrote: "Amazing job this last week @davidmuirabc.

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