On November 1 night screening of a new Disney+ series, Save Our Squad, was in London. The series actor David Beckham was joining this by his encouraging wife, Victoria and his children Cruz, Romeo, and Harper. Further, the fashion designer and Spice Girl described the experience as “emotional.”
However, his 23-year-old son Brooklyn was not to be found after his wife, Nicola Peltz. Hence it was once more addressed as a rumoured “feud” between herself and her famous mother-in-law. Following her attendance at her husband’s new Disney+ series launch, Victoria Beckham says she “couldn’t be prouder” of him.
Dress Code of Victoria and David Beckham
The former Spice Girl arrives on the red carpet wearing a figure-hugging black suit. The Spice Girl was 48 years old. Victoria opts for a black polo-neck sweater, silk pants, and matching boots.
Meanwhile, David Beckham looked dapper in a dark grey double-breasted bathing suit. Also, he wore over a loose-fitting t-shirt for the evening. David was 47 years old.
He dipped his toes into a pair of brown brogues as the gaze revealed a faint peek of his tattooed neck and hands. The athlete had a poppy on his lapel in remembrance of Remembrance Day. He was then with a well-groomed beard and spiked brunette hair.
Beckham’s participation in the League
David Beckham participated in the same League as a youngster, The Echo Premier League. The Beckham family attends the premiere with members of the youth team.
Victoria commented, “She could not be prouder tonight of @DavidBeckham. and his INCREDIBLE @studio99 staff,” above a photo of her family.
Watching the screening of #SaveOurSquad this evening left me speechless and moved. Beginning November 9, the viewers will watch it on @DisneyPlus xx VB.
Beckham Q&A Participation
David Beckham participated in a Q&A moderated by Alex Scott with Westward Boys players. Also, coaches after the first episode screening.
Cruz, her son, who is 17 years old, wrote that “Wow he is proud of you dad; he loves you so much.” After the first episode premiere, Beckham participated in a Q&A with Westward Boys players. And coaches talked about the making of the show. Alex Scott moderated the discussion.
David returns to his East London roots for the Save, Our Squad with David Beckham series. It is to coach the under-14 Westward Boys, a youthful, grassroots side at the bottom of its League and in danger of being demoted.
He remarks, “He wished everyone to realise youth football’s significance. In East London and throughout the UK, it’s all about community.”
Later, in his post, David Beckham added that “Tonight’s #SaveOurSquad screening in Leicester Square was an extraordinary evening.”
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