Following his appearance on the cover of British GQ March 2016, David Beckham has landed the April 2016 cover of GQ magazine as well. The former soccer player now designer looked suave on his double cover which was shoot by Alasdair McLellan. He rocked a classic suit on one and a TOM FORD black leather jacket on the other. In the issue her talks family, retirement, protecting his kids and so much more. For more on David's feature, visit GQ.com and pick up a copy on newsstand.
On not seeing himself as a celebrity:
'I’ve never seen myself as a celebrity, but I see it in a positive way, the fact that people are still interested in most parts of my life.'
On if he changed:
'Over the years, you do change as a person. A steely side comes out, on the field and off the field. It sets you up to be strong no matter what.'
On protecting his children:
'We’ve always protected our children but we’ve always been honest with them, as well: There’re going to be things said about you, about us, that aren’t true. Brooklyn is 16 coming on 17, and we know he’s going to make his mistakes—and we know he’ll have opportunities because of us. But he’s making opportunities for himself, too. So far we’ve been very lucky that he’s found a passion. Whether people believe it or not, he’s got talent. He’s got a great eye—and proven that in the images he’s taken.'
Credit: GQ magazine