David Beckham has revealed details of his upcoming visit to Buckingham Palace – and he's very excited. But if, like us, you're still imagining a world where Sir David and Lady Victoria Beckham are a thing, you shouldn't get your hopes up.
The retired footballer is still not being knighted, but his visit to the palace is an important one. David, 41, will meet with the Queen's Young Leaders of 2016 and it's the second year he's been involved in the project.
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David Beckham will greet the Queen's Young Leaders at Buckingham Palace
He took to Instagram to share the news and posted a photo of last year's event. David added: "Looking forward to visiting Buckingham Palace tonight to meet the Queen's Young Leaders of 2016.
"It's the second year I've been involved in the programme and I'm continually impressed by these inspiring young people who are running amazing projects around the world. You can follow all the action on #QueensYoungLeaders."
David revealed he is voting to remain in the EU referendum
The project discovers, celebrates and supports exceptional young people from across the Commonwealth, ensuring a long lasting legacy for Her Majesty all over the world.
Dad-of-four David's impending visit to Buckingham Palace comes after his passionate and patriotic post about the EU Referendum. Revealing that he would firmly be voting remain, the former Manchester United star wrote: "We live in a vibrant and connected world where together as people we are strong.
"For our children and their children we should be facing the problems of the world together and not alone."
David added: "I am passionate about my country and whatever the result of Thursday's referendum, we will always be great."