David Beckham has visited the Philippines as part of Unicef's relief efforts in the devastated country.
The former England captain was welcomed by hundreds of Typhoon victims in the central city of Tacloban who have been living in United Nations tents outside a sports stadium.
The 38-year-old exchanged high-fives and posed for pictures with children.
Tacloban is still struggling to recover from the impact of Typhoon Haiyan which struck last November killing 6,200 people and displacing thousands more.
Zafrin Chowdhury, a spokeswoman for the Unicef office in Manila, said Beckham was touched by the typhoon's impact and wanted to meet displaced children and their families.
Beckham and his wife Victoria have previously donated some of their designer clothes and shoes to raise funds for the victims of the disaster.