Manchester United legend David Beckham is used to being the man at the centre of all the hype, but this time around he was in the crowd as he watched his son take part in London’s mini marathon.
Romeo Beckham, who is 12-years-old, ran the mini marathon to raise over £6,000 for charity, while the rest of his family supported him from the stands.
Romeo wore race number 1081 and represented the Kensington and Chelsea region. His family, who were all sporting matching t-shirts with ‘Team Romeo’ posed for pictures with him at the finish near Buckingham Palace.
The Beckham boys have clearly inherited their dad's sporting genes, as Brooklyn has played for Arsenal’s academy side, while the youngest Cruz is also hoping to become a professional footballer.
Do you think David’s son will be as big of a sporting personality as he was?