Lending a helping hand (or foot) to kick off 2010’s Sport Relief campaign, David Beckham has designed a range of unique t-shirts – with a little help from his family!
Using Brooklyn, 10, Romeo, 8, and 4-year-old Cruz’s creative flair and exercising his wife’s new fashion designer status, the Beckham’s have designed a series of tops featuring a combination of their footprints.
Clad with dad David displaying his football skills on the front of the t-shirt, it also features artistic efforts from the boys, who used spray cans to create a one-off family collaboration.
“David and I are delighted to be involved in this year’s Sport Relief T-shirt and I am proud of David and the boys for their creative input,” Victoria said. “It was a fulfilling project for us to work on and incredibly special for us to have our children involved, so we were able to educate them on how the money raised will help so many disadvantaged people in the UK.”
These A-list tees are available to buy at Sainsbury’s starting from £5.99, with a percentage of each purchase going to Sport Relief.
Sport Relief will take place from March 19 to 21, raising money for charity projects in Britain as well as developing countries.