David Beckham delighted his followers weeks before his son Brooklyn's wedding to fiancée Nicola Peltz when he revealed his suit for the big day.
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In the snap, which he shared with his 72 million followers on Instagram, the proud father-of-the-groom looked dapper in a black tuxedo jacket and matching trousers. He completed the look with a dark tie, a black pocket square, and shiny round pointed shoes.
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"Creating special memories. Wedding plans underway & the dads are all suited and booted," he captioned the photo then.
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At the time, his fans went wild over his look, with many calling him "the sexiest man alive".
David posed with a different suit ahead of the wedding
However, on Brooklyn and Nicola's big day, the father-of-four opted for a completely different look.
On Saturday, David matched his sons, Romeo and Cruz, in a one-button suit jacket with shiny lapels, matching trousers, and no pocket square.
The former footballer also swapped the dark tie for a black bow tie and wore shoes with a pointier end. The men's suits were created by Dior's Kim Jones, a friend of the family.
David and his youngest sons, Romeo and Cruz, matched at Brooklyn's wedding
Groom Brooklyn's suit was slightly different from his dad and brothers, comprising a black wool peak lapel tailcoat with a silver chain, matching trousers, a white cotton wing-tip collar shirt with plastron piqué and jewellery buttons, a white bow tie and pocket square, and black polished leather derbies.
Speaking to Vogue about their look, Kim Jones said: "I love the fact all the Beckham boys express their personalities in the suits they chose.
"I've known them all a long time and seeing them all grow up and develop their own tastes is really cool. Like David's style, the apple doesn't fall far from the tree. I love them all."