David Beckham, the 35-year-old soccer ace and all-star hottie flew from LA to the UK to receive a Lifetime Achievement honour at the BBC Sports Personality of the Year awards.
The Los Angeles Galaxy MLS soccer player – who attended the sports ceremony in Birmingham with his wife Victoria and their three sons, Brooklyn, 11, Romeo, 8, and Cruz, 5, – was presented with his award by Manchester United soccer legend Sir Bobby Charlton, 73.
After receiving a three-minute-long standing ovation, David – who captained England, and won soccer championships with Manchester United and Real Madrid – dedicated his prize to his wife and children, saying:
“Not only has she given me three amazing boys but she’s truly an inspiration for me every day. So Victoria, Brooklyn, Romeo, Cruz, thank you.”
Victoria – who cried in the audience as her husband accepted his statuette – described the reception as “breathtaking” and spoke of her pride for David and their sons.
Writing on twitter, she said:
“Words can’t express how proud I am of David. A truly wonderful and very emotional evening. I’m so proud of my little men too!!! Thank u all so much for your kind words to David! The reception tonight was breath taking and I am so, so proud of him!! I couldn’t sleep!!!!! so excited, happy and proud of David!!!!”
Well done, Beckhams, very well done…
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