David & Brooklyn Beckham Head Through Heathrow

David & Brooklyn Beckham Head Through Heathrow

Footballer David Beckham and his oldest son Brooklyn, 11, were spotted making their way through Heathrow Airport in London, England this morning (July 2). The handsome pair were arriving from from the south of France – we saw mom Victoria arrive in Cannes on a private jet with all three of the Beckham boys earlier this week.

David’s English squad made an early exit from this year’s World Cup in South Africa after being defeated by Germany. Though the dad-of-three was sidelined by an injury, he was on the bench to cheer on his team.

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Filed under: Brooklyn Beckham,David Beckham

Photo credit: Flynet Pictures

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  1. Anonymous

    him and romeo look so much like victoria to me….

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  2. Ang

    David is a truly magnificent looking man!!!

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  3. Anonymous

    Saw them on the TV at Wimbledon. Brooklyn’s gonna be a heartbreaker.

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  4. Da

    Aww this is cute. Handsome guys. He seems like such a good dad.

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  5. Anonymous

    Don’t understand why David needs to hold Brooklyn’s hand (he is eleven!)?

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  6. Anonymous

    11 or not, Brooklyn’s walking through a busy airport with crazy photographers everywhere!

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  7. Anna

    He doesn’t need to hold his hand. But you know sometimes when people are close and love each other they might hold hands just because they want to.

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  8. Vanessa

    Adorable picture! Brooklyn is gorgeous. I remember when he was a baby.

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  9. Anonymous

    I love my kids but don’t need to hold them to show my love!

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    • Anonymous

      yes, but you’re probably not surrounded by paparazzi every single day of your life.
      Like someone said before.. they’re in a crowded airport surrounded by photogs.. I’d still hold my mums hand now if that were the case for me, and I’m 21

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