Who’s that photobombing David Beckham and his son Romeo? Kate and Prince William pop up in the background of football star’s Wembley Instagram selfie
- David Beckham and son Romeo, 18, attended the game at Wembley on Tuesday
- While snapping celebratory selfie, William and Kate were caught in background
- Duke and Duchess of Cambridge had chatted with Beckhams in the Royal Box
- Royals had attended the game with son Prince George to support Three Lions
David Beckham and son Romeo sent fans into a frenzy after sharing a selfie after England’s Euros victory as Prince William and Kate Middleton appeared in the background.
The footballing legend and his second eldest son were beaming in the picture which was shared on social media but keen fans spotted the royals photobombing the snap.
The Beckhams shared the celebratory picture after watching England knock Germany out of the tournament with a 2-0 victory on Tuesday night.
David, 46, posted the photo with the comment: ‘Special night last night at Wembley with fans back in the stadium watching the boys beat Germany .. Special to share this with one of my boys.’
Fans have gone into a frenzy after spotting this selfie from David Beckham in which the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have accidentally popped up in the background at Wembley
The retired footballer was seen chatting with William and Kate who attended with son George
They were accompanied in the Royal Box by the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge who had come along to show their support with son Prince George.
Prince William, who is president of the Football Association, was pictured chatting to David Beckham before kick off at Wembley Stadium.
The two families were seated in a star-studded Royal Box which also hosted pop stars Ed Sheeran and Ellie Goulding as well as former England keeper David Seamen.
While enjoying their quality time, David Beckham and 18-year-old Romeo looked dapper in suits as they watched the football.
David, 46, donned a charcoal grey ensemble with a navy and pink striped tie and a light grey shirt.
David Beckham enjoyed some quality time at the England v Germany match with son Romeo
Close: The pair looked dapper in suits – seen at an earlier match together last week
Romeo wore a sleek black suit and matching tie and a crisp white shirt.
The pair were seen chatting and sharing a joke, with Romeo watching the match intently at one point, while David looked proudly on.
They were sat metres away from the Royal family, who were given front row seats in the box.
David appeared in good spirits as he was seen chatting with William and Kate during the game, with Romeo speaking to Prince George.
David donned a charcoal grey ensemble with a navy and pink striped tie and a light grey shirt
Chic: 18-year-old Romeo wore a sleek black suit and matching tie and a crisp white shirt
They were joined in the Royal Box by stars Ed Sheeran and Ellie Goulding and their spouses
Pop stars Ellie and Ed were reunited at the Euro 2020 match, eight years on from their bitter public split.
The former flames were joined by their new partners, husband Caspar Jopling and wife Cherry Seaborn respectively.
Despite having a very public fall out back in 2013, in which Ed insinuated that Ellie had ‘cheated’ on him with One Direction star Niall Horan, the pair seemed to have moved on from the incident as they mingled in the box after watching England’s victory.
Ed, 30, and his wife, 29, sported vintage England shirts for the occasion and Cherry wore jeans.
Mingling: Ed and Cherry cut a very understated figure as they mixed and mingled with their famous pals (Ed pictured with David, left and Romeo Beckham, right)
Dapper: Prince William was dressed in a dark suit and a white shirt for the match
Meanwhile, Ellie, 34, cut a stylish figure for the outing, donning a red long-sleeved dress which featured a baby pink print and a matching waistband.
Ellie and Ed are rumoured to have dated in 2013, when a photo of them holding hands at an awards ceremony was published.
However, Ellie immediately took to Twitter to deny that anything was going on between the pair, claiming they were just good friends, by posting: ‘I love that holding hands with my friends means we’re an item. In that case I am in many relationships. Lover not a hater. #whatthef**k.’
Ed offered up a different explanation, however, reasoning: ‘I mean, normal people don’t hold hands if they’re just friends.’
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