David Beckham debuts unseen tattoo as he takes seat in Wimbledon Royal Box
David Beckham made his first appearance at Wimbledon 2022 alongside his mum, Sandra, where he showcased what appeared to be a new tattoo on his hand.
The legendary football ace is no stranger when it comes to the swanky tennis tournament and certainly ensured all eyes were on him as he made his way to the seats.
While he may not be a member of the royal family, David and Sandra happily sat in The Royal Box, which is located on Centre Court.
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The exclusive seating area holds 74 seats, reserved for members of the Royal Family and those who are fortunate enough to be invited by the All England Lawn Tennis and Croquet Club.
As he made his way to his designated seat, David, 47, placed his hand in front of him to shake the hands of fellow famous guests sitting around him.
While doing so, the dad-of-four appeared to reveal a new tattoo on the inside of his hand at the base of his thumb.
David appears to have had a drawing inked on him of a stick man, smiling while appearing to drop something from their hands.
Looking dapper as ever, the former Manchester United legend rocked a brown double-breasted blazer and fitted white trousers that left little to the imagination, while wearing a blue and white striped shirt.
Meanwhile, mum Sanda opted for a white blazer and trouser combo with a brown top underneath, accessorised with a brown shoulder bag.
David and Sandra were joined in The Royal Box by the Queen's grandson, Peter Phillips and his new girlfriend, Lindsay Wallace, just one month after the pair made their public debut at the Queen's Platinum Jubilee celebrations.
The star recently shed light on his personal life, explaining that he tends to forget he's actually a world-famous footballer.
Speaking about 'forgetting' that he's David Beckham, he told GQ: "When I'm driving, funnily enough, that's one of the reasons I enjoy driving so much.
"Everyone's like, 'why don't you get a driver?', I like to drive, I don't like to be driven, ever, unless I'm going out for dinner and I might have a glass of wine, but that's different."
He added: "My life is so crazy most of the time and everyone wants something but when I drive or I’m on my motorbike, I can have peace. I don’t even listen to music."
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