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David Beckham's Spice bracelet
Contributed by: bang-showbiz
Posted on: December 4, 2007 03:59 MST
Filed under: Celebs

David Beckham

David Beckham bought each of the Spice Girls a gold bracelet to celebrate their comeback concert.

The soccer player - who is married to Posh Spice Victoria - treated every girl to the stunning piece of jewellery, which he presented to them just before they took to the stage in Vancouver, Canada, on Sunday (02.12.07).

Victoria revealed her soccer star spouse is very close to her bandmates, joking: "David feels like he is married to all five of us.'

The rest of the band - Geri Halliwell, Mel B, Emma Bunton and Mel C - were thrilled with their present and proudly showed them off.

Geri said: "When we did our first show in Ireland in 1998, I remember David coming over to rehearsals and supporting Victoria from the beginning.

"He is like family. You have to have balls of steel to be with the Spice Girls!"

After presenting the group with the gifts, David - who has three sons, Brooklyn, eight, Romeo, five and two-year-old Cruz, with Victoria - took his place in the audience to proudly cheer on his wife.

The girls continue their world tour today (04.12.07) with a concert in San Jose and then perform shows in Los Angeles and Las Vegas.

The band begin a 17-date stint at London's O2 arena on December 2.
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