Victoria and David Beckham watch their sons play football

Victoria and David Beckham watch their sons play football

Victoria and David Beckham looked just like regular parents over the weekend as they headed to Reading to watch sons Romeo and Cruz play football.

Clearly taking after their dad's interest in the sport, 12-year-old Romeo and nine-year-old Cruz played on Sunday when they took part in an Arsenal vs Reading FC match. On the side-line were none other than their proud celebrity parents, Victoria and David.

While the former Spice Girls fashion icon wore tight denim trousers, a loose jumper and flat boots, the football legend - who retired from professional football last year - sported a casual T-shirt and a cap as he watched on carefully.

Although the duo are frequently spotted supporting their sporty children, the father-of-four has previously expressed that he worries about the pressure his eldest son Brooklyn receives from having such a famous dad.

"They do feel the pressure a little bit. I wouldn't say it affects him but Brooklyn... If he has a bad game, if he kicks a bad ball, he hears what other kids say," the 39-year-old said.

Admitting he is less worried about his younger sons, the ex-Manchester United footballer continued: "I'm proud they want to play football. I'm proud they want to play sport. I love it".

According to the champion, even his youngest daughter Harper is a football fan and it has become a family tradition to all watch it together.

Monday September 15, 2014

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