In a very regular father-son-style outing David, 40 took his eldest son Brooklyn out on a fishing trip on the Dorset coastline.
John Grandshaw tweeted earlier today: “David Beckham was in Weymouth Morrisons this morning!”
Brooklyn, who has fast become a social media sensation and hit a landmark two million followers on Instagram recently, also shared pictures of the day, including one which saw him standing in front of the expanse of sea.
David Beckham stopped off for breakfast at Morrison’s café in Weymouth, and brightened up a few supermarket cashiers’ day by giving them a few winks.
He said: “He came into the store with his son Brooklyn and two other men between 7.15am and 7.45am”.
The ex- footballer can afford to have his own personal chef whip up a fancy feast, but instead Becks chose to tuck into a supermarket breakfast bap of bacon and eggs.
“I was just so surprised, this guy is a global superstar – I thought my goodness, the most popular person on the planet is in our store!”
“If this man was a David Beckham lookalike he was the best lookalike I’ve ever seen; I’d bet my mortgage on the fact it was David Beckham himself”.
“This is not something that happens every day in Weymouth and David Beckham being in town cannot do Weymouth any harm”.
Staff at Bennett’s Fish and Chips on the harbor said how fans had been entering the shop all day asking if and where Beckham had been spotted.