Beckham spotted at Wimbledon - PICS

2015-07-09 12:58

Cape Town - Former England and Manchester United football star, David Beckham, was spotted in the Royal Box at Wimbledon this week.

Beckham, who has also enjoyed spells at Real Madrid, Los Angeles Galaxy and PSG, dragged along his son Romeo, 12, to take in the Andy Murray v Vasek Pospisil match on Centre Court on Wednesday.

Beckham's cheering helped his fellow Brit, with Murray winning 6-4, 7-5, 6-4 to progress to the semi-finals.

Matching grins. How totes adorbs is Romeo?! (Gallo Images)

Beckham in conversation with current England and Manchester United star, Ashley Young (Gallo Images)

Beckham and Andy Murray's mother Judy share a joke (Gallo Images)

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