David Beckham is best man for dad Ted as he marries millionaire in intimate ceremony

David Beckham reportedly served as best man during his father Ted's winter wedding in London's law district of Temple on Saturday 11 December.

Ted, 73, exchanged vows with 62 year old millionaire solicitor Hilary Meredith during an intimate ceremony with all their family in attendance.

The former professional footballer, 46, who recently enjoyed a night out with his son Romeo, was seen looking dapper as he sported a white corsage on the lapel of his dark suit while arriving at the venue with his dad.

Hilary was seen arriving with her bridesmaid daughter Charlotte dressed in traditional white, according to The Sun.


A source told the publication: "It was a very small private affair with just a handful of close family and friends, including David, Victoria and three of the children.

"David was best man and did all the usual things the best man does like hold the rings and he was due to give a speech as well."

David was said to have been joined by his wife Victoria Beckham, as well as their daughter Harper, ten, and sixteen year old son Cruz.

While their eldest Brooklyn was believed to have stayed in America, the pair's son Romeo, 19, shared an Instagram picture of him making his way to the nuptials with his girlfriend, Mia Regan, 19.

David's sister Louise and her partner Kevin Briggs also attended the relaxed celebrations.

"Ted is in his 70s, and Hilary is in her 60s. It was the second wedding for both of them, so they didn't want to make a fuss of it, but the whole family was delighted to be there," the source added.

Ted and Hilary got engaged at the start of the pandemic in March 2020. Ted and Sandra, who is mum to toe footie legend, parted ways in 2002 after 33 years together.

Meanwhile, David's dapper appearance at the wedding comes after he was left with a bloody nose after his daughter Harper hit him when he tickled her.

David showed the injury as he grimaced for the camera.

"Note to self," David captioned over the top of the snap. "When tickling your daughter, don't put your nose near her mouth."

The sports pundit clearly saw the funny side of their rough and tumble mishap as he finished off the text with a wincing laughter emoji.

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