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David Beckham bonds with three sons at baseball game

Emmy Griffiths

Forget football! David Beckham has shared a snap of himself and his three sons – Brooklyn, 18, Romeo, 14, and Cruz, 12, at a baseball game on a boys' day out. With Victoria and little Harper nowhere to be seen, the Beckhams looked to be in good spirits as they watched the game in top seats. David captioned the photo of the four of them: "Opening day at the Dodgers baby." Fans were quick to praise the snap, with one writing: "What a lovely squad you got there," while another added: "Just the coolest man on the planet."

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David shared a snap of himself with his three sons

While the boys have been bonding over baseball, it looks like Victoria and Harper recently enjoyed spending some quality time together while attending the launch party for Victoria's line of children's clothes. Harper's new friend and Instagram sensation Heavenly Joy shared snaps from the event, including a picture of herself posing with Victoria and Harper. Victoria previously opened up about her little girl in an interview with Ellen DeGeneres, explaining: "She's a little tomboy. You know, she loves to wear little dresses, but then she loves to put her football boots on and get in the garden with her brothers and have a bit of rough and tumble, which I think is great."

 

So so proud 💜🚴🏻‍♀️

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David also recently opened up about his family during the 75th anniversary edition of Desert Island Discs. "Of course you make mistakes over the years," he said at the time. "We all know marriage is difficult at times and it's about working through it. Whenever we've come up against tough times, we know each other better than anybody knows us so we talk. Do we stay together because it's a brand? Of course not. We stay together because we love each other. We stay together because we have four amazing children. Of course we go through tough times. When we go through tough times we work through it as a unit, as a family."

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