David Beckham leads celebs at US Open

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David Beckham showed that he's ace at networking when he was seen with powerful fashion editor Anna Wintour at the US Open. After sitting next to the Vogue editor at his wife Victoria's successful New York Fashion Week show along with their son Brooklyn, Becks then accompanied Anna and her daughter Bee Shaffer to watch the final between Roger Federer and Novak Djokovic.

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David Beckham keeps Anna Wintour company at the men's finals

The 40-year-old definitely scored points for Victoria's brand as the fashion editor loves tennis. She plays several mornings a week and is also great friend of Federer's, often seen cheering him on. For his outing with the editor who can make and break careers, David looked particularly dapper in the same slim fitting tan suit he'd worn to Victoria's show.

Sitting with the trio was the Beckhams' longtime manager Simon Fuller. During the match the British star also got a chance to greet Hugh Jackman.

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The former sportsman greets Hugh Jackman

There have been plenty other celebrities in the stands, including Leonardo DiCaprio, his girlfriend Kelly Rohrbach, Adrien Brody, Catherine Zeta Jones and husband Michael Douglas along with their daughter Carys.

The Beckhams had a fun-filled summer in Los Angeles before returning to Britain for the start of the school term and to celebrate Romeo's 13th birthday. Victoria and David threw their teenage son a party in a balloon-filled restaurant and also organised for him to act as a mascot during an England match at Wembley. Romeo looked thrilled as he walked out on to the pitch with players including Wayne Rooney.

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David Beckham was sharply dressed for his courtside outing

The other important event for Becks this summer was the wedding of his good friend Guy Ritchie and his bride Jacqui, who held a lavish three-day festival-themed celebration at their Ashcombe Manor estate.

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