Father-of-four David Beckham thinks all three of his sons - Brooklyn, 14, Romeo, 11, and eight-year-old Cruz - will be a hit with the ladies, and reckons they will all be ''ladykillers''.
David Beckham says his sons will all be ''ladykillers''.
The retired soccer star thinks Brooklyn, 14, Romeo, 11, and eight-year-old Cruz will successful with the ladies because they are ''good-looking'' and have been brought up to be ''polite''.
Speaking to Ryan Seacrest, he said: ''I think they are all going to be [hits with the ladies].
''The boys are all good-looking, polite, have great manners, are very fun-loving and so I think they're all going be ladykillers.''
While David, 38, is known for his various famous hairstyles, he admitted he is jealous of Brooklyn's latest hairdo and wishes he had his locks.
He added: ''He has this whole style going on and I kind of wish I had his hair. It is very cool.''
However, the proud father - who also has a two-year-old daughter - is disappointed because he won't get to spend Valentine's Day (02.14.14) with his wife Victoria because he will be supporting charity UNICEF in the Philippines.
He explained: ''Unfortunately I am not with Victoria on Valentine's. I am actually in the Philippines with UNICEF to visit different sites.''
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