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David Beckham is to guest star in a special Only Fools And Horses sketch reuniting Del Boy and Rodney for the first time in a decade.
The retired football star will appear in the film to be screened as part of BBC1's Sport Relief night in March.
Beckham is seen sitting with the duo in a greasy spoon cafe, gathered around a table on which there is a copy of the Peckham Echo.
Viewers will see the short film during the broadcast on Friday March 21. The evening will also feature a Strictly Come Dancing special with a number of sporting stars.
Roger Lloyd Pack, who was best known for his role as Trigger in Only Fools and Horses, died last week at the age of 69 following a long battle with pancreatic cancer.
The tribute, showing the name Trigger appeared on the side of a Southern train carriage while the famous BBC show's logo was adapted to say Rest in Peace.
Architect Andrew Paulson, who posted a picture of the mural on his Twitter feed, said: "I don't condone graffiti, but had to smile at this one at Tonbridge station today."
The head of Southern's head of revenue protection and security, Stella Morris, said the train had been taken out of service and that the graffiti was being removed.
"Whilst the sentiment may be welcomed by some, this is criminal damage which is being investigated by British Transport Police."
The daughter of Only Fools and Horses actor Roger Lloyd Pack has said her father "touched the hearts of many people".
In a statement, Emily Lloyd said: "I am devastated by the death of my father whom I loved dearly."He bore his terrible illness with incredible bravery and his family were at his bedside when he passed away.
"Roger has touched the hearts of many people during a career that spanned nearly 50 years on stage and screen and I want to thank everyone for their wonderful wishes."
Gwyneth Strong, who played Cassandra in Only Fools and Horses, has said "today is a very sad day,' following the news of the death of her co-star Roger Loyd Pack.
She said: "It's a very sad day. I have lost a true friend and anincredibly gifted work colleague."
Visitors to the ITV News Facebook page have been paying tribute to Only Fools and Horses actor Roger Lloyd Pack, who died last night, aged 69.
Delroy Mason said: "Nothing will ever come close to fools and horses. Del and Rodney get all the praise but it was people like Trigger who always got the biggest laughs.
I'll never forget the line about going past the pub to get to the flat to get a lift to the pub - the way it was delivered was genious. So sad. Rest in peace.
Alley Walker said: "May he rest in peace. What an absolutely lovely man, a brilliant actor and an all round nice guy. Thinking of his family at this time. God Bless X
Bryan Kirby said: "I have my box set - he will continue to make me laugh for a long while yet. Gone but never forgotten. Rest in peace Trig."
After hearing of the death of Roger Lloyd Pack, Nicholas Lyndhurst has paid tribute to his former Only Fools and Horses co-star.
He told ITV News: "I'm so saddened to hear about Roger. He was the most accomplished actor and loved by millions. I will miss him greatly.”
Actress Tessa Peake-Jones, who played Raquel in Only Fools and Horses, has paid tribute to Roger Lloyd Pack who died last night aged 69.
She said: "Roger was an incredibly versatile actor but his understanding of the character Trigger was always filled with enormous humour whilst never straying from the truth. He was a very kind man and I will always remember him with admiration."
Roger Lloyd Pack was responsible for one of the most celebrated phrases in British comedy, with his Only Fools and character Trigger repeatedly calling Rodney 'Dave':