DIARYDIANNE A smooth ride for Becks

REDS LEG­END SADDLES UP TO FILM MOISTURISER TV AD IN MANCH­ESTER

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DAVID Beck­ham passed al­most un­no­ticed as he filmed ‘top se­cret’ scenes in a lock-up at Deans­gate Locks. The United leg­end looked cooler than ever as he briefly took a bike for a spin op­po­site the Com­edy Store for scenes be­lieved to be be­ing filmed for a French TV ad­vert for moisturiser.

For­mer Eng­land cap­tain Beck­ham was at the garage from 6am yes­ter­day for film­ing in the lock-up and on the street out­side.

Ac­cord­ing to on­look­ers the French-speak­ing crew kept Becks un­der cover with large white screens.

One on­looker said: “He was there from early morn­ing and hardly any­body was notic­ing that it was David Beck­ham.

“It was all very low key and top se­cret.

“He jumped on a bike and drove off and he was al­most un­no­ticed. mo­tor­cy­cling and is of­ten seen Only a cou­ple of work­men re­alised rid­ing when in the US with his that it was him.” fam­ily.

The fa­ther-of-four looked su­per- He has pre­vi­ously put his stylish in a dark biker jacket, jeans hand­some looks to good use in and dark brown boots. cam­paigns for H&M in which he

And he cov­ered his long dark starred along­side fun­ny­man Kevin blonde hair with a vin­tage-style Hart. bike hel­met. In another ad for H&M he

David, the hus­band of fash­ion turned ac­tion hero to race through de­signer and for­mer Spice Girl the streets of Bev­erly Hills in just Vic­to­ria, is known for his love of his un­der­wear.

Ear­lier this year Becks – the fa­ther of Brook­lyn, 18, Romeo, 14, Cruz, 12 and Harper, six – made his act­ing de­but in his film­maker pal Guy Ritchie’s film King Arthur: Leg­end Of The Sword as a knight.

He pre­vi­ously ap­peared as him­self in foot­ball movies Goal! and Goal II: Liv­ing the Dream and also had a non-speak­ing cameo in Guy’s 2015 ac­tion film Man from U.N.C.L.E.

David Beck­ham rides a clas­sic mo­tor­bike through Manch­ester

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