DAVID Beckham has delighted fans with some sweet never-been-seen pictures of him and his mum Sandra on her birthday.
The football legend posted a variety of cute snaps of himself as a child along with his family.
The star uploaded the throwback black and white pics smiling sweetly with his family in honour of her special day.
The handsome sports star has an older sister Lynne, 47, and younger sister Joanne, 38, who is featured in the vintage photographs.
David captioned the sentimental post to his mum, 71: "Happy Birthday to the most amazing mum & nanny ♥️ we love u so much and have the most amazing day @sandra_beckham49."
Doting David is incredibly close to his mum, who he credits with supporting him throughout his football career.
He hasn’t revealed what he’s bought Sandra to mark her 71st birthday but needless to say it will be impressive.
When the superstar retired back in 2013, he gifted her a £50,000 Audi as a thank you for her endless encouragement.
Back in the Cotswolds, the Beckham family appear to have won a war with their neighbour over plans to ramp up security with a gatehouse for two guards.
One local had insisted the scheme was out of place for the area, lodging an official complaint saying: "Farms and agricultural buildings do not have gatehouses and security huts.”
However, the objection has now been removed, clearing the way for David's plan for the Fort Knox-style measures to be built at his farmhouse estate.
The security post would be manned 24 hours a day – even when David and wife Victoria are not in residence at their £6million Cotswolds home.
Paperwork showed the 45-year-old football ace's plan to build a three-room wooden building for guards as well as an underground getaway tunnel and wine cellar.
Their plans were submitted to West Oxfordshire District Council with locals invited to comment on the idea.
David and Victoria, 46, have been spending lockdown in their Cotswolds home with three of their children, Romeo, 17, Cruz, 15, and Harper, eight. Their eldest son Brooklyn, 21, is in Los Angeles.
However, the couple have another planning showdown on their hands back in their £31million London pad.
The Sun Online revealed that David and Victoria made strong complaints to a neighbour's planning application because it may have overlooked their garden – but now the resident has resubmitted new plans.
The council has even suggested they meet up to resolve their differences.
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