​David Beckham Shares Photos Of LADs' Day Out Fishing

You can imagine a day in the life of the Beckham family would be pretty sweet - they're always seen hanging out in swanky restaurants, lounging by their pool, enjoying a stunning hike up in the Hollywood Hills or just generally living their best lives. I mean, if your parents are David and Victoria Beckham, even just basking in the knowledge of that for 10 seconds or so is probably going to feel pretty badass.

Their latest snapshot of the good life involves a family fishing trip for the LADs, with David Beckham having shared a series of photos detailing a big day out in the country with sons Brooklyn and Romeo.

"Lovely day fishing with the boys today," he wrote in the caption, tagging 19-year-old Brooklyn and 15-year-old Romeo.

Credit: David Beckham/Instagram
Credit: David Beckham/Instagram

Frankly, it looks like it was a bloody lovely day out, with the sun beaming down on them and even a nice doggo to hang out with.

Credit: David Beckham/Instagram
Credit: David Beckham/Instagram

Beckham didn't say if any of them managed to catch anything, though, and there are sadly no sign of any giant 50lb trout in any of the photos.

But by the looks of things the day was more about a good bit of father-son bonding than bringing home anything home for tea. No doubt they had plans to meet Victoria, Cruz and Harper at the nearest Michelin-starred gaff later, anyway

Credit: David Beckham/Instagram
Credit: David Beckham/Instagram

Dressed in suitable country attire (flat caps, gilets, tweed and all) they'd clearly all dressed up for the occasion - something that David Beckham's never exactly struggled with, having recently rocked up to the royal wedding looking a million dollars.

While Posh looked like she was strolling into a fashion funeral, David looked like he might actually be the King of England. In fact, if we put it to a vote tomorrow, he would probably be elected King of England.

Credit: PA
Credit: PA

On the day, Piers Morgan tried laying into Becks on Good Morning Britain, claiming that he'd disrespected the monarchy and god by chewing gum. Or something like that.

"He goes into church and sits down next to Nicholas Soames," he said of the England legend, who was seated next to the Conservative MP for Mid Sussex.

"The pillar of the establishment. A man related to Winston Churchill and what does old Golden Balls do? He chews gum."

He added: "You don't chew gum in church. If there's something that will stop him getting a knighthood."

To be honest, when you're the unofficial King of England, we kind of reckon you can do whatever the hell you want - whether taking a day off to go fishing with your boys or chewing gum at one of the most exclusive events of the year.

Featured Image Credit: David Beckham/Instagram

Jess Hardiman

Jess Hardiman is a journalist who graduated from Manchester University with a BA in Film Studies, English Language and Literature, and has previously worked for Time Out and The Skinny among others.

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