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Harry Styles joins David Beckham at film premiere

Harry Styles joined David Beckham at the premiere of 'The Class of 92' last night - a feature-length documentary which focuses on Manchester United's youth players from 1992. After meeting Beckham, the One Direction singer described him as "everyone's idol".

David Beckham and Harry Styles arriving for the world premiere of 'The Class of 92' Credit: PA Wire

Ahead of the premiere, David Beckham told ITV News he was amazed at how football had transformed his life, but his proudest achievement was becoming a dad. Watch the interview in full here.

Sunday night's premiere took place at The Odeon, Leicester Square Credit: PA Wire

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Beckham: Moving World Cup to winter 'a big decision'

David Beckham has told ITV News that moving the World Cup to winter is "a big decision" for FIFA. Football's world governing body is expected to take the first step towards moving the tournament by appointing a task force to oversee the process.

FIFA's executive committee will decide on moving the tournament from the summer to avoid the extreme heat Credit: Press Association

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Beckham launches Belstaff store

David Beckham attends the opening of Belstaff House on New Bond Street Credit: Matt Crossick/Matt Crossick/Empics Entertainment

David Beckham has joined fashionistas Jemma Kidd, Jodie Kidd and Pixie Lott as Belstaff opened its newest flagship store in Bond Street.

David Beckham (centre) at a photocall for the opening of Belstaff House, New Bond Street, during London Fashion Week Credit: Dominic Lipinski/PA Wire/Press Association Images

The launch was marked with a motorcycle parade down New Bond Street. David Beckham was unveiled as the face of the brand's Spring/Summer 2014 campaign.

Pixie Lott attends the opening of Belstaff House on New Bond Street Credit: Matt Crossick/Matt Crossick/Empics Entertainment
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No 10: Beckham a 'brilliant ambassador for this country'

The Prime Minister's view is that David Beckham has been an outstanding footballer throughout his career but not only that he has been a brilliant ambassador for this country, not least if we remember all the work he did on helping us win London 2012.

The Prime Minister's message would simply be to say: congratulations on a fantastic career.

– Number 10 spokesman
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