Nicole Kidman shot David Beckham an adoring look in a sweet snap uploaded by Victoria Beckham after Inter Miami CF’s win over Nashville SC. Inter Miami CF is co-owned by Victoria’s husband David
Inter Miami CF has been taking the world of football by storm, particularly since signing captain Lionel Messi, 36, as they have enjoyed multiple wins on the football field.
And the club, which is co-owned by David Beckham, has also attracted a wealth of celebrity fans, who have come to watch the game, including Nicole Kidman, 56, who was seen in attendance at the club’s game against Nashville SC, which saw the team win on penalties.
Victoria Beckham, 49, shared a snap of Nicole in the crowd at the game, as she posed with her husband David, 48. In the photo, Nicole looked sensational as she donned a strapless black polo-neck top, which she paired with figure-hugging jeans.
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She pulled her blonde locks back into messy ponytail and added an understated makeup palette to enhance her striking features. Nicole shot David a sweet smile in the photo as she gazed at him while wrapping one arm around him. Commenting on the photo, one fan said: “Nicole could be the sixth Spice Girl.”
Also in attendance at the game, was Nashville resident and Nicole’s BFF Reese Witherspoon, 48, who also posed for a sweet snap with David as she donned a plunging black top, which she paired with high-waisted jeans.
Victoria also shared a sweet family snap of herself, David, son Cruz, 18, and daughter Harper, 12, as they posed next to the club’s huge first trophy.
David and co-owners – American billionaires the Mas brothers – reportedly have many plans in store for the club, which is seemingly on a continued upward trajectory from both a win perspective and a brand recognition perspective, since signing Messi.
There is reportedly a $1billion football stadium in the works, which is set to be opened in 2025. Off the pitch, there are also reportedly many plans in the works.
Inter Miami CF is reportedly funding a dedicated green area of the city, which will provide 58 acres of public parks and green space, a tech hub, restaurants and shops, community pitches, and the 25,000-strong football club.
The Miami Freedom Park project will become the biggest park in the coastal city and will be privately funded in its entirety. On top of this, the scheme has already gained approval from the city’s residents, with the Miami City Council having already voted to allow Inter Miami a 99-year lease for the site itself.