Brooklyn Beckham is David's eldest son
David Beckham and his son Brooklyn, 12, were involved in a motorway collision yesterday.
The LA Galaxy star and his boy were both wearing seatbelts and were 'shaken' but unhurt afer the rush hour pile-up on an LA motorway.
David, 36, who was driving a black Cadillac Escalade, was the 3rd vehicle in the pile-up which occured after a car stalled in the fast lane.
'Yesterday at approximately 9.13am he [Beckham] was involved with a collision on the southbound 405 Freeway just south of Artesia Boulevard,' a California Highway Patrol spokeswoman tells the Mail On Sunday.
David and pregnant wife Victoria Beckham, 37, have just returned to California after attending Kate Middleton and Prince William's wedding in London.
Commentators criticised David for wearing his OBE on his right lapel instead of his left, but he quickly swapped it over to the left.
David proudly kept by his wife's side and gave her growing tummy an affectiionate rub as they waited outside Westminster Abbey.
The couple enjoy being mum and dad to Brooklyn, Romeo, 8, and Cruz, 6, but have made no secret of their excitement about having a daughter.
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