This is the latest news for David Beckham’s fans. The hunky soccer star is promoting his new underwear collection. David’s new H&M underwear line was launched at H&M store on Regent Street in London, England on Wednesday afternoon, February 1, 2012.
Plenty of people rushed to the H&M store to see the most attractive midfielder in the world. It seemed that Beckham made awaiting onlookers a little bit disappointed as he was fully dressed for the press event. The soccer star wore a cream-colored cardigan, blue jeans and brown leather boots.
It was 4pm when the 36-year-old soccer star arrived at the store to launch his new line of Bodywear. Standing outside the store from 10am, the crowd went wild and rushed towards the star in order to get a chance to take pictures and autographs. Bronze statues, which captured every detail of David Beckham, were also displayed at the H&M store on Regent Street.
Soccer star David Beckham gets out of his car to attend the launch of his new underwear campaign at H&M store on Regent Street in London on February 1, 2012 in London
David Beckham launches his new Bodywear range for H&M at H&M store on Regent Street in London on February 1, 2012
The soccer star walks into the H&M store to greet his fans
Beckham kicks off his Bodywear launch by donning a cream cardigan, a white shirt and jeans and completes his look with brown shoes
David Beckham looks at his statue, which is erected in H&M Regent Street in London, as he arrives at the Bodywear launch
The father-of-four stands in the middle of the store as the public and press take pictures of him
David Beckham’s fans gathered outside the Regent Street store from 10am on Wednesday in order to catch a glimpse of the soccer star
David Beckham shows off his body and tattoos for H&M’s new range of underwear
Becks decided to start his own underwear range after modeling for Armani
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