Reliving the glory days! Victoria, Harper and Romeo Beckham watch David join Manchester United legends beat Bayern Munich 5-0 in charity match at Old Trafford

She’s been spending time with family while her former bandmates kick off the Spice World tour. 

And Victoria Beckham, 45, looked chic as she arrived at Old Trafford hand-in-hand with daughter Harper, seven, for the Man United vs Bayern Munich charity match on Sunday.

The mother-of-four looked as stylish as ever in a black bomber jacket with beige sleeves which she paired with dark jeans. 

Style queen: Victoria Beckham, 45, looked chic as she arrived at Old Trafford hand-in-hand with daughter Harper for the Man United vs Bayern Munich charity match on Sunday

The fashion designer, 45, added a pop of colour with neon lime green heels and toted a camel bag to match her ensemble.

She wore her windswept brunette locks with honey-coloured highlights and sported her signature huge sunglasses.

Meanwhile, Harper wore a black hoodie and white Converse as she joined her family for the charity match where dad David was playing.

The former England captain appeared in high spirits as he took part in the event, joined on the pitch by son Romeo.

Family: Meanwhile Harper wore a black hoodie and white Converse as she joined her family for the charity match where dad David was playing

Fashionista: The fashion designer added a pop of colour with neon lime green heels and toted a camel bag to match her ensemble

Also at the the charity game was Brooklyn Beckham and Hanna Cross who appeared to be on good terms after the pair were reportedly separated during an explosive argument at Cannes Film Festival.

Brooklyn, 20, wrapped an arm around his stunning other half, 22, and planted a kiss on her head just hours after reports emerged that the model had ‘lashed out’ at him in France.

The alleged bust-up is the latest in a series of public arguments, which are believed to have left parents David and Victoria concerned about their volatile relationship.

Loved-up: Brooklyn Beckham and Hanna Cross appeared to be back on good terms as they headed to Old Trafford stadium on Sunday after an explosive row in Cannes 

Looking happy: Brooklyn, 20, wrapped an arm around his stunning other half, 22, and planted a kiss on her head

Family man: Harper and Romeo looked happy to be by their dad’s side

Doting dad: The star planted a kiss on his daughters cheek as they stood on the pitch 

Skills: The number 7 showed off his skills by doing tricks with the ball

The 20-year-old and his girlfriend, 22, were said to be enjoying a champagne-filled lunch at the lavish Hotel Martinez in the French resort when the argument broke out, according to The Sun.

During the boozy lunch at the hotel, Hana is believed to have challenged Brooklyn, which led to them both ‘screaming and crying’ during another public spat.

An insider close to Hana told the publication: ‘They had had a couple of drinks and started trading insults. They are both still young, so of course everything is very impassioned at that age.’

Like father like son: 

Give us a wave! The former England captain appeared in high spirits as he took part in the event, joined on the pitch by son Romeo

Kick about: The football legend had a great time reuniting with old teammates as he showed that his skills haven’t gone over the years 

Football legends: David joined English football coach, retired football player and co-owner of Salford City Gary Neville for the match

Game face: Beckham looked in the zone as he ran along the pitch with the ball


Top scorer: The football ace looked in his element at the event 

‘Hana confronted Brooklyn and lashed out, and security waded in. David and Victoria were contacted and made aware of the incident.

‘Not surprisingly, they are seriously worried about the couple’s toxic relationship and frustrated by all this humiliating public drama.’

The source added that the root of the couple’s arguments seems to centre around Brooklyn’s prolific image as a Beckham while he reportedly gets jealous easily.

The publication reported that it isn’t believed that their argument became physical and the couple have now apologised to each other and moved on.

MailOnline contacted Brooklyn’s representatives for further comment at the time.

Good sportsman: David chatted and hugged Bayern Munich’s Ze Roberto

Keepy ups! David was back to his old tricks at the game as he showed off his impressive ball skills 


Good game: The sportsman clapped and cheered during the game 

Sunday afternoon served as light relief at United, beating a star-studded Bayern Munich 5-0 on a joyous occasion to celebrate the 1999 Treble and, crucially, raise funds for United’s foundation.

There were flickers of class from the majority out there, noticeably Beckham, and some roar when Solskjaer opened the scoring after only four minutes. He had risen from the bench after just 58 seconds to replace Andy Cole and tapped in Jesper Blomqvist’s centre soon after.

The lack of anxiety inside this stadium made an agreeable change, with more than 60,000 in attendance just enjoying their day, watching the old boys; occasionally laughing at a tumble.

Warming up: Beckham ensured he was prepared ahead of the game by loosening up his legs with lunges

They saw Nicky Butt spritely patrol midfield, Gary Neville pop up in the opposition’s box when least expected, Jaap Stam hammer into attackers. Only Phil Neville, Ryan Giggs and Roy Keane were absent.

Sir Alex Ferguson grinned on from the dugout, now occupied by the scorer of Sunday’s first goal. Looking healthy, the 77-year-old beamed when leading the Legends out of the tunnel, waving to the crowd.

‘My thoughts turned to the players when I found out about the game,’ the former boss said. ‘What do they look like now? Will they have grey hair? Will they have put on weight? Will they still be able to kick a ball? We will soon find out!’

Ferguson might have been pleasantly surprised, although he and assistant Steve McClaren had head in hands when Neville slashed wide when through.

Teddy Sheringham, now 53, seems to have exactly the same physique as when he nicked that equaliser in the Nou Camp. Dennis Irwin did his job with minimal fuss.

Dwight Yorke’s touch and link up play remained tight, coming short to good effect. His goal, United’s second coming in the 30th minute, was expertly taken. Blomqvist again found his intended target, clipping from the left and Yorke swivelled to help beyond Hans-Jorg Butt on the volley.

Butt scored a deserved third late on when breaking from midfield to stab home Louis Saha’s cut back. Saha, who joined United from Fulham in 2004, added a fourth himself, making sure Jonathan Greening’s cross was put away.

Get in! The footballer was happy to get in and make tackles as he warmed up ahead of kick-off

Crowd pleaser: Beckham stole the show, though. There will not be many players before or since who come attached to a hum of anticipation from the crowd

At home: The footballer looked at ease on the pitch 

The noise grew louder as the afternoon progressed, particularly when Scholes flew in on Martin Demichelis, the robust challenge prompting minor handbags. Some things never change.

Beckham stole the show, though. There will not be many players before or since who come attached to a hum of anticipation from the crowd.

His delivery has barely altered, still devilish and with that whip, using full backs as a guide. One cross that ended with a Sheringham header well saved was sublime, pinpoint and like being transported back a generation. Another crossfield ball, to Karel Poborsky, drew gasps.

It felt fitting that Beckham, who played the full 90 minutes, was the one racing beyond Bayern’s backline to send the goalkeeper the wrong way and thrash a fifth in front of the Stretford End just before full-time.

Leading man: Beckham, who played the full 90 minutes, was the one racing beyond Bayern’s backline to send the goalkeeper the wrong way and thrash a fifth in just before full-time

 

 

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