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David Beckham and sons enjoy family dinner

09 FEBRUARY 2013

David Beckham has been making the most of being back in his home country. The footballer treated his three sons to dinner at a London restuarant with their grandparents on Friday night.

While mum Victoria is busy in New York for fashion week, her parents Jackie and Tony Adams joined their grandsons at an Indian restaurant, no doubt thrilled to have them back in the UK.

 

David Beckham

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The Beckham clan were also joined by Gordon Ramsay's wife Tana and her four children: Megan, Jack, Holly and Matilda. While chef Gordon was away on business, the families, who have been friends for years, united for a visit to The Tamarind in Mayfair.

David and cooking maestro Gordon recently announced they are going into business together. The pair are set to open a Mediterranean-themed eatery near London's Borough Market.

"We're really excited to be opening Union Street Cafe in September" said Gordon "and it's great that David wants to come on board."

'We've been working on the new site, which is near Borough Market, for the past couple of years and the amazing large warehouse space will offer quality Mediterranean-influenced food with a daily changing menu."

Having swapped the sunnier climes of Los Angeles for the chillier temperatures of London, 10-year-old Romeo wrapped up in a classic Burberry trench coat. The trendy youngster debuted his skills as a model in January, starring in the British brand's latest advertising campaign wearing a similar beige coat.  

Brooklyn, Romeo and Cruz are often spotted spending quality time with dad David. The foursome previously enjoyed trips to basketball games and the theatre in LA, while young Harper stayed with Victoria.

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