Thursday, 3 October 2013

David Beckham smoulders in new black and white pictures from new book


HE WAS recently spotted in the buff during filming for his latest H&M advert, but David Beckham proved he can look just as dreamy with his clothes on.

The retired footballer uploaded a series of black and white snaps to his official Facebook page earlier today, giving fans an exclusive glimpse at the artwork for his forthcoming book.

And they're certainly bound to set the girl's hearts racing.
In one, which looks as though it might be the front cover of the book, the handsome star is seen staring into the camera with his heavily-tattooed arms crossed.
Groomed to perfection, the father-of-four boasts a full face of stubble and an impressive quiff.
David Beckham, new book, photos, black and white, handsome, football,
David Beckham, new book, photos, black and white, handsome, football,
In the second, which shows him behind the scenes on the shoot, is seen smiling into the camera in a black round neck jumper and dark jeans.
The other shows his make-up team surrounding him as he perches on a white block seat.
Sharing the images with his Facebook fans, the star wrote: "A few pics from my book - what do you think?"
The former England captain is set to release a new book of photos about his football career.
David Beckham, new book, photos, black and white, handsome, football,
The star is said to have struck a deal with UK based Headling Publishing Group to work on the unnamed book, which is set to hit shelves on October 31.
The book will corral images from the 38-year-old's sprawling, globe-trotting career, which included stints with U.K.'s Manchester United, Spain's Real Madrid, Los Angeles' LA Galaxy and, most recently, France's Paris St.-Germain.
"David Beckham is, without a doubt, the most universally recognized and popular sports person on the planet, and this gorgeous book will be a superb way for his millions of fans around the world to celebrate David's remarkable achievements within football," Headline Publishing Group said in a statement.

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