Headed out to celebrate the debut of her spring collection at Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week, Victoria Beckham, David Beckham and their daughter Harper were spotted grabbing a bite to eat at Balthazar Restaurant in New York City on Sunday (September 9).
The highly-successful fashion designing momma looked gorgeous in a chic black sleeveless dress with open-toed heels as she headed into the restaurant while her hubby followed closely behind looking dapper in a brown blazer with matching tie and black pants as he toted their little one.
Olympic fever has certainly got a hold of David Beckham. After his appearance in the opening ceremonies, he's been spotted all over the Olympic grounds cheering on the athletes.
On Saturday (August 11), the British soccer star took his boys Brooklyn, Cruz, and Romeo to the 10m platform diving event at the Aquatic Centre in London. They cheered on British diver Tom Daley who earned a bronze medal in the event.
He's currently watching his footballer buddies at the Olympics from the sidelines, but David Beckham is front and center as the cover boy of the September 2012 issue of British Esquire magazine.
Set to hit newsstands on Thursday (August 2), the 37-year-old Los Angeles Galaxy star looks ever-so-handsome in a checkered buttondown flannel with a white t-shirt and jeans for the Josh Olins shot front page while dishing about everything from his friendship with the royals to stripping down for the cameras.
After much speculation about how he would be involved in the summer games, David Beckham did his part by bringing the Olympic Torch to the London Stadium.
The 37-year-old soccer star drove a speedboat carrying the torch, which was held by rising soccer star Jade Bailey along the Thames River and under the Tower of London towards the jam-packed landmark stadium.
Just hours before the 2012 London Olympic Games commence, David Beckham and First Lady Michelle Obama teamed up with Nickelodeon for the 'Let's Move London' event at the American Ambassadors Residence, Winfield House in London, England on Friday (July 27).
The Los Angeles Galaxy soccer stud cleaned up nicely for the outing, wearing a gray suit jacket and dark slacks, while Mrs. Obama went for a more casual look in white capri pants with a color block blue tee-shirt and sparkly silver shoes.
Looking like a model, David Beckham headed over to Downing Street to urge the Prime Minister David Cameron to take action on the Silent Crisis, which is child malnutrition, in London, England on Thursday (July 26).
Donning a dark suit and purple striped tie, the former Manchester United footballer and UNICEF ambassador posed with a letter signed by 50 sports and film stars before presenting it to Cameron and urging him to "pick up the pace" on fighting child hunger.