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'I missed my favourite meal': David Beckham tucks into pie and mash as soon as he jets into London.. but his boys like U.S. food
By DAILY MAIL REPORTER
©Much missed dish: David Beckham enjoyed a meal of pie and mash when he landed in London earlier today. He posted a picture to his Facebook page
His boys have adapted well to their lives Stateside and appear to like nothing more than tucking into local foods.
But while David Beckham might love his life out in sunny L.A. when he is back home he likes nothing more than tucking into traditional British fare.
The footballer arrived in London this morning and wasted no time sourcing his most-desired local dish.
©Delicious: David and Victoria Beckham's son Brooklyn, 12, was seen enjoying a slice of cheesy pizza as he watched his dad play for LA Galaxy
David posted a picture of himself enjoying the comfort food and said: 'Landed back in London this morning. Missed my favourite meal, so headed straight for some pie and mash. Heading upto Manchester tomorrow, can't wait.'
While Beckham might miss British food it seems that his boys have developed a taste for American food and were seen enjoying three different dishes earlier this week.
Brooklyn, Romeo and Cruz were all seen tucking into some tasty treats which are virtually staples at American football games as they watched their dad play for LA Galaxy.
While Brooklyn, 12, appeared to be enjoying a slice of cheesy pizza, Romeo, eight, wolfed down some blue candy floss, and six-year-old Cruz seemed to like his hot dog.
©Tasty: Romeo (left) and Cruz certainly seemed to be enjoying their candy floss
Meanwhile, as Victoria keeps busy with her fashion range during her last few weeks of pregnancy, David has also got some new fashion plans himself.
The 36-year-old sportsman has announced his plans to launch his own male underwear range.
David fronted the Emporio Armani underwear campaign in 2007, appearing on giant billboards and magazine spreads, which resulted in a doubling of profits for the Italian company in one year, from around £14.1 million to £38.7 million.
©My favourite! Cruz, six, tucked into a hot dog as he watched the match
His Armani experience gave him insight into the fashion industry and he soon spotted a gap in the market for well-cut T-shirts and fitted boxer shorts.
He said: 'I have had the idea of doing a bodywear collection for some time now.
'The push to do something of my own really came as a result of my collaboration with Armani.
'It proved to me that there is a real market for good-looking, well-made men's bodywear.'
©In action: The boys were watching their father David play for LA Galaxy
source: dailymail