It must be hard to remain composed when the world is watching your every move.
Especially when there are scantily-clad cheerleaders parading in front of you.
David Beckham was spotted looking a little flushed as a bevy of beauties walked past him and his boys at the LA Lakers game against the Phoenix Suns.
While his wife Victoria was making sure her new collection had a successful launch in London, the footballer was enjoying a boys night out at the basketball.
Becks, 36, was accompanied by Brooklyn, 12, Romeo, nine, and Cruz, six, at the Staples Centre.
And both David and middle son Romeo were both caught taking in the sights from their courtside seats.
Becks and Romeo couldn’t help but stare at one of the Lakers cheerleaders as she sashayed past them.
He wore a brown T-shirt with jeans and a pair of shoes, with a wooly hat covering his hair.
The foursome looked like they were having a great time, fully engrossed in the game throughout.
At one point David spoke with Spanish Lakers star Pau Gasol, who towered over him during their courtside conversation.
It’s not the first time the LA Galaxy star has been caught with a wandering eye at a basketball match.
In fact, ever since becoming a regular at the Staples Centre it seems David has enjoyed watching the cheerleaders perform their entertaining shows – as any red-blooded male would.
However, he has sometimes been accompanied by wife Victoria who has understandably kept a watchful eye on him.
Meanwhile, only hours after wrapping up her work in New York after the city’s fashion week, Victoria boarded a plane back to her homeland to launch her collection for London Fashion Week.
And she barely had time to catch her breath as she headed to department store Harvey Nichols in Knightsbridge to throw a party to celebrate her new designs that went down a storm across the Pond.
She looked tired but managed to fight her fatigue as she faced a barrage of flashbulbs as she arrived at the store.
And she was still her usual chic and professional self as she posed for the cameras in one of her own designs.
by Lorelle Heath