Cruz Beckham gets into the spirit of things at basketball with dad David

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Cruz Beckham was in high spirits as he joined dad David Beckham and big brother Romeo Beckham at an LA Lakers basketball on Sunday. The 11-year-old looked absolutely thrilled as he waved around inflatables and cheered on the team, much to the amusement of his father, as the trio watched the action from their courtside seats.

Adding to the excitement of the night, the group spotted boxing legend Floyd Mayweather. Starstruck David proudly took a snapshot of his sons with Floyd, before posing with the 39-year-old champion himself.

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David Beckham took a photo of Cruz and Romeo with boxing legend Floyd Mayweather

Sat alongside the Beckham boys inside the Staples Center were fellow footballers Steven Gerrard and Robbie Keane. David knows the pair well; he and Steven played together for England, and Robbie is his former LA Galaxy colleague. The trio were all smiles as they chatted ahead of the action in downtown LA, before settling down into their seats.

Sunday proved to be a real family day for David. Just a few hours earlier, the father-of-four went for a hike with his four-year-old daughter Harper, and his wife Victoria Beckham.

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Cruz Beckham was in high spirits at the game

In a video posted on David's Instagram account, the star is seen carrying his little girl on his shoulders as Victoria walks behind.

The fashion designer Victoria, 41, can be heard saying: "Almost at the top of the hike. How you doing, David?" Her husband answers with two thumbs up, before she asks: "Harper, how you doing?" The little girl mimics her dad and responds in the same way.

The Beckhams are a devoted family, and Victoria recently opened up about how she and David juggle their successful careers with family life.

Speaking to The Telegraph, she explained: "I don't really go away that much. David and I work it out so that we're not away at the same time, so that one of us is always there. They're really supportive of what I do. It's a juggling at, but we have great people around us to make sure it all works."

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