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David and Cruz Beckham hit the slopes on ski holiday

David Beckham has shared a clip of himself hitting the slopes!

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Emmy Griffiths
Emmy GriffithsTV & Film Editor
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David Beckham has shared a video of himself snowboarding with his youngest son, Cruz, during a family ski trip! Uploading the cool clip on Instagram, the retired footballer wrote: "Amazing day @cruzbeckham & daddy trying to keep up and stay up @burtonsnowboards." In the post, the pair can be seen making their way down a slope having spent last winter learning the sport. Fans were quick to comment on their skills, with one writing: "Not in the Olympics yet! But very good," while another added: "Luckily he retired. Otherwise insurance premium would be 50 million per leg hehe."

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David and Cruz practised their snowboarding skills

While David appears to have just brought Cruz along on this ski trip, the whole Beckham family visited Vancouver in 2017 for a ski holiday, during which Brooklyn broke his collarbone after a nasty tumble while practising his snowboarding. David shared a photo of his eldest son shortly before the accident, writing: "Just before his accident... Brave boy xx sorry (man)." Brooklyn also shared a photo of his x-ray, which showed his broken bone. Speaking about their ski trip last year, David wrote: "Don't usually post so many [photos] but it's so beautiful up here plus having a special time so before anyone else sells pictures of the family I wanted you guys to see them first. Btw my first time ever boarding or even on the slopes."

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He also shared a video of his progress on the earlier trip, writing: "Day four and I must say I'm slowly getting it... One of the things I've always wanted to do and finally I'm allowed... Living the dream." David and Cruz are enjoying a welcome break after a busy few months, during which David was awarded a Major League Soccer team by Commissioner Don Garber. David announced the news at a press conference, saying that it had been "a hell of a journey". He added: "I'm excited to bring this great team to this great city… I promise you the team we will bring into the league will be the best team."

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