David Beckham and son Romeo made for the ultimate dapper duo as they attended Wimbledon on Wednesday. The pair had coordinated their outfits, wearing almost identical suits to the British sporting event.
Retired footballer David and 12-year-old Romeo were cheering on Andy Murray as he took on Vasek Pespisil in the quarter finals. David wore a smart grey suit, which was matched by Romeo's similar blue jacket.
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The handsome duo on Centre Court
David was spotted snapping a photo of his son on his phone, clearly proud to be attending the match with British champion Andy Murray. Joining the Beckham boys on Centre Court was the Duchess of Cambridge, née Kate Middleton, and her husband Prince William.
David's appearances come days after he celebrated his 16th wedding anniversary with wife Victoria.
David was spotted snapping a picture of his son on his phone
The loving couple exchanged sweet messages as they marked their anniversary, posting tributes to each other on social media.
Victoria was the first to post a message on Saturday, taking to Instagram to share a rare photo of their entire family posing together. "Happy anniversary, I love u so much x," she captioned the touching image.
He was later seen showing his son something on his phone - perhaps the picture he had taken earlier
The family snap appears to have been taken at Elton John's wedding to David Furnish last year, and sees the Beckhams looking every inch the stylish family as they smile for the camera.
Later that day David also took to social media to celebrate the milestone with his wife by sharing a throwback picture of the couple. "16 years ago today was our special day," he captioned the adorable image which sees the pair smiling together for the camera. "16 years on we have our beautiful children. Thank you for giving me our amazing little ones. Happy anniversary."
Victoria recently opened up about her hopes for her children's future during an interview at London's Victoria & Albert Museum. Victoria admitted that while she would 'love one of our children' to go into the fashion industry, particularly little Harper, she ultimately doesn't mind what career paths they choose.
"I would rather her go into fashion than be in a pop group I have to say," she told Vogue's Suzy Menkes. "But I did have fun doing that."