Lending his star power to an amazing cause, David Beckham posed for press at Sky Studios in Isleworth, England on Tuesday (November 5).
The former soccer stud joined Bradley Wiggins, Melvyn Bragg and Chris Hoy at the launch of Sky Academy, which sets an initiative using media and sports to give up to one million kids develop their skills and confidence.
He’s always been a game changer, regardless of the context, and David Beckham hosted a special digital book signing event in London, England on Wednesday afternoon (October 30).
Celebrating the release of his new book “David Beckham,” the English footballer hung out with fans in Hyderabad, New York and Sao Paulo, Brazil for a Q&A session via the Internet and offered digital autographs to a few lucky winners.
Giving fans and family quite the scare, English football superstar David Beckham was involved in a car crash with his 14-year-old son Brooklyn outside of his L.A. home around 2:30PM on Saturday (October 26).
Reportedly driving his black Range Rover Sport, the 38-year-old collided with a lady driving her car outside his house when he pulled out of the driveway. Brooklyn was apparently sitting in the front passenger seat.