David brought out his Beckham brood for some family time at UNICEF's 'Match for Children'
It was a big day out for the Beckhams this weekend. David Beckham brought out his entire family for UNICEF’s ‘Match for Children’ charity match – and it looks like son Brooklyn is taking after his footballing dad.
Although David enlisted his English football pals to play against the ‘Rest of The World’, the real spotlight was on his kids – Romeo, Cruz and Harper – who surprised the crowd when they appeared with their father during the national anthem.
Dressed in matching red sportswear, the Beckhams looked like the happiest family as they supported their dad’s big game. It didn’t take long for 18-year-old son, Brooklyn, to steal the show – as David was all too aware.
Speaking to reporters after the match, he gushed: ‘It was amazing. One of my last memories at Manchester United was walking round the field with him [Brooklyn] when we’d just won the Premier League. Then for me to actually come back on and pass the ball to him was a special moment.’
David certainly had a lot to celebrate. The English team went on to win the match 3-1, pleasing celeb fans like Prince Harry and Rita Ora.
The game completed David’s 7 initiative, launched on Tumblr last week and aiming to raise money for The David Beckham UNICEF Fund. Why the ‘7’? The fund aims to protect millions of children from danger by playing 7 games in 7 continents.
Keep up the good work Becks.