Victoria Beckham ‘couldn’t be prouder’ of her husband ahead of new TV series

Victoria Beckham says she “couldn’t be prouder” of her husband after attending the premiere of the former England football star’s new Disney+ series.

The fashion designer and Spice Girl said it was “moving” as she appeared alongside members of her family for the event in London’s Leicester Square on Tuesday night.

The series, titled Save Our Squad starring David Beckham, sees David return to his east London roots to mentor the Westward Boys Under-14s, a young grassroots side who are at the bottom of their league and risk relegation. .

The league – The Echo Premier League – is the same one Beckham played in as a young boy.

Members of the youth team joined the Beckhams for the premiere.

Sharing a photo of her family on Instagram, Victoria wrote: “Couldn’t be prouder tonight of @DavidBeckham and his AMAZING team @studio99.

“I was totally blown away and moved tonight watching the screening of #SaveOurSquad. Watch on @DisneyPlus from November 9th xx VB.

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LONDON, ENGLAND – NOVEMBER 01: Alex Scott and David Beckham attend an exclusive screening in London to discuss his involvement in the upcoming Disney+ Original series ‘SAVE OUR SQUAD WITH DAVID BECKHAM’ launching November 9 at Odeon Luxe West End on November 1 November 2022 in London, England. (Photo by David M. Benett/Dave Benett/Getty Images for Disney+)

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LONDON, ENGLAND – NOVEMBER 01: Alex Scott and David Beckham attend an exclusive screening in London to discuss his involvement in the upcoming Disney+ Original series ‘SAVE OUR SQUAD WITH DAVID BECKHAM’ launching November 9 at Odeon Luxe West End on November 1 November 2022 in London, England. (Photo by David M. Benett/Dave Benett/Getty Images for Disney+)

Her 17-year-old son Cruz wrote, “Wow I’m so proud of you dad, I love you so much.”

Following the screening of the first episode, Beckham joined Westward Boys players and their coaches to discuss the making of the series, in a Q&A moderated by Alex Scott.

“I wanted people to see how important grassroots football is. It’s about community, not just in east London, but across the UK,” he said.

“Being part of a team is being part of a community.”

Later, in his own post, Beckham added: “An incredibly special night at the #SaveOurSquad screening in Leicester Square tonight.

“Great to see the @westwardboysfc back.”

All episodes of Save Our Squad with David Beckham will be available Wednesday, November 9 on Disney+.

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