David Beckham has admitted he wants to ''grow old gracefully'' so would never undergo Botox on his face - or his derriere.
David Beckham would ''never'' have Botox on his face or his butt.
The 42-year-old former footballer insists he wants to ''grow old gracefully'' and doesn't have ''any interest'' in having cosmetic injections into his face or his derriere to enhance his looks.
He said: ''Cosmetic surgery might be OK for some people; I'm not saying it's bad. But for me, personally, never. Never.
''I have no interest in doing anything like that, ever. Growing old gracefully is my thing. I would never inject my face. Or my backside, obviously.''
The ex-England captain was shocked to see a comment on his Instagram once, in which a fan presumed he'd had Botox.
He said: ''I've got so many lines and wrinkles, how can someone think that?''
One treatment David - who has four kids, Brooklyn, 18, Romeo, 15, Cruz, 12, and seven-year-old Harper, with Victoria Beckham - did once undergo was eyebrow plucking, but he has vowed never to do so again after a bad experience.
He explained: ''I didn't do it, it was done by someone else. They were like flying all over the place.
''But they took too much off one of my eyebrows, and I was like, 'Oh my God, my eyebrows are not masculine any more.' They were thin.
''So that's one thing - I don't touch my eyebrows. I let them grow naturally.''
While David has vowed he wouldn't go under the knife for cosmetic treatment in his old age, he has become more ''emotional'' the more birthdays he's celebrated, admitting he has been known to shed to tear while watching sitcom 'Friends'.
Speaking to the London Evening Standard's ES Magazine, he added: ''I could be watching an episode of 'Friends' and I would get emotional.
''When you have kids you become more emotional as a person.
''Anything that relates to me - family, the kids - that's always something I'm going to get emotional about. I cried when they were born.''
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