Singing the Star-Spangled Banner: The Beckham boys join in on the U.S. national anthem at David's football game
09:41 GMT, 11 March 2012
Their younger sister may be the only one who was born in the U.S. but the Beckham boys certainly call it home.
Brooklyn, 13, Romeo, nine, and six-year-old Cruz were spotted partaking in the national anthem at a football game in California yesterday.
The threesome were in the crowd to support their father, David, who plays for LA Galaxy.
Why so serious Brooklyn Beckham kept a straight face as he joined in on the national anthem at an LA Galaxy football game
As all three boys placed their right hands on their chests, they sported quite serious-looking faces.
The famous children were dressed casually for the event with Brooklyn and Romeo both opting to wear hoodies.
Their younger brother wore a grey stripy zip-up top with a printed T-shirt and copied Brooklyn in the hat department.
I'll join in too! Nine-year-old Romeo was keen to show his respect ahead of the game
Getting the hang of it: The youngest boy Cruz copied his brothers but looked a little unsure as he sang
The eldest of the Beckham boys, who recently celebrated his 13th birthday, appeared to be showing off one of his presents.
As he snacked on a biscuit, the teenager clutched an iPhone which he was no doubt taking photos with.
Brooklyn certainly had a birthday to remember by celebrating in the U.S.
New present The 13-year-old was clutching an iPhone as he watched the football game
A birthday to remember: Victoria Beckham tweeted this photo of Brooklyn enjoying a horse-ride in the Hollywood Hills as he turned 13
David treated his son to some quality
time by taking his eldest child to an LA Lakers game, and also pulled a
few strings and arranged for his friend Usher to sing Happy Birthday to
his son down the phone.
Meanwhile, Brooklyn's mother Victoria enjoyed a spot of horse-riding with her son in the Hollywood Hills.
a photo of Brooklyn last Thursday, the former Spice Girl wrote:
'Amazing afternoon horseback riding with Brooklyn in the Hollywood
Hills! I love LA! X vb.'
Proud parents: David and Victoria, pictured here last month, have said that their boys love life in LA