David Beckham with his sons after PSG's league win
David Beckham with his sons after PSG's league win Bang ShowBiz

David Beckham's touching tribute to sons

DAVID Beckham's new book will feature a touching photograph of him and his sons.

The retired soccer star's finest sporting moments have been documented in a new self-titled book, due for release on Wednesday October 30, with highlights including never-before-seen images of the handsome Brit in action.

One particularly moving black and white image shows David posing with his arms around his football-mad sons, Brooklyn, 14, Romeo, 11, and Cruz, eight, after winning his final championship with his last ever club, Paris Saint-Germain, in May 2013.

The caption reads: "One last time with my boys as a champion. Thank you for sharing these special moments in my life and career. I wouldn't want it any other way. I love you boys."

David will take part in a live Q&A with Jake Humphrey in London next Wednesday (30.10.13), during which he is due to reveal the stories behind the personal and iconic images.

The 38-year-old star - who also has two-year-old daughter Harper with his wife Victoria Beckham - will answer questions from fans watching live at the event in person, from Facebook offices in Hyderabad, Rio and NYC or online at facebook.com/beckham.

Anyone can register to win a place to attend in person or take part in the Q&A live online, and David will also be handing out digital signatures to everyone watching at home.

Details can be found at Facebook.



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