David and Victoria Beckham lead stars at Netflix documentary launch in London

David and Victoria Beckham lead stars at Netflix documentary launch in London


The Beckham family have come out in force to celebrate the release of sports superstar David’s new Netflix documentary series.

To be released tomorrow, Beckham will tell the story of the athlete who ‘everyone thinks they already know’.

The four-part series will chart his career, from his start with Manchester United in the 1990s and his subsequent 11 years with the club, including setbacks like the infamous 1998 World Cup finals game against Argentina.

It will also follow his relationship with wife Victoria, who was part of the Spice Girls back when they first met.

The streaming service has teased the series will ‘give fans never-before-seen insight into who Beckham actually is, including his family, friends, teammates, and his shopping and cleaning habits’.

In addition to candid interviews with the man himself, Beckham features interviews with people including Victoria, Sir Alex Ferguson, Rio Ferdinand, Roy Keane, Mel C (aka Sporty Spice) David’s mum and dad, and many others.

At the premiere in London on Tuesday night, the Beckham family hit the red carpet, with the footballer posing with Victoria and their children, as well as daughter-in-law Nicola Peltz Beckham.

In one sweet photo, Victoria was snapped holding her husband’s face as he laughed with their daughter Harper.

Other intimate photos saw the couple staring into each other’s eyes and hugging as they prepared to pose for the cameras.

Meanwhile their three sons, Brooklyn, Romeo and Cruz, also lined up for a photo together to mark their dad’s big day.

Other famous faces also headed along to the event, including James Corden, Anna Wintour and Victoria’s former Spice Girls bandmate, Emma Bunton.

In other photos with his family, David posed with his parents, Ted and Sandra, with cameras also capturing the moment he gave his mum a huge hug.

Speaking to Sky at the premiere, David said he spent countless hours being interviewed, but he was looking forward to fans seeing the final product.

‘There are a lot of things that have happened in my life and career…at the end of the day people know a lot of the stories and they probably haven’t heard a lot of them for me,’ he shared.  

Beckham is streaming from Wednesday on Netflix.

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