David Beckham shows off his specs appeal as he smolders in pair of smart glasses
David Beckham credited his eldest son Brooklyn with taking the moody snap as they enjoyed the last of the summer sun. The footballer opted to wear a smart ensemble for the picture
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David Beckham set pulses racing as he shared his latest social media post on Tuesday.
The 45-year-old footballing ace showed off his specs appeal in a pair of horn-rimmed glasses while enjoying the last of the summer sunshine.
Commending his son Brooklyn for taking the sultry photograph, David proudly shared the snap with his 64.3 million Instagram followers.
In the post, David donned the pair of glasses and a smart burgundy shirt while he gazed off into the distance.
The picture appears to have been taken as the sun was setting in the background.
“Holding on to these last days of summer @brooklynbeckham,” David penned in the caption.
The footballer’s fans couldn’t get enough of of the moody picture and many took to the comment section to share their approval.
“Good photo,” penned one fan.
Another wrote: “how can someone make aging look this good? I mean how!!”
“Holding on to your last dark hair,” joked a third.
David’s latest social media post came just one week after it was revealed that David and his wife Victoria Beckham had ‘secretly caught coronavirus ‘ at a party in Los Angeles some months ago.
The couple were allegedly struck down by the deadly virus earlier this year and made the whole family quarantine for more than two weeks.
Some of their staff and family members also reportedly came down with the symptoms at the time.
At the time, the former Spice Girl was fearful that her family might spread the virus and took extra safety precautions to keep everyone isolated at their Cotswolds home.
The Beckhams decided to keep their alleged coronavirus ordeal a secret and went on to make a full recovery.
Throughout the lockdown, they also urged others to follow the rules with Victoria saying to followers: “We all need to do our part in staying home and helping these incredible workers and their colleagues on the front line.”