Bare-chested David Beckham carries wife Victoria over the water in romantic gesture on mega-money holiday


DAVID and Victoria Beckham look like they’re having a wonderful holiday with the kids, and in one particularly sweet moment David scooped up his wife to put her on a boat.

The loving moment saw former footballer David, 47, swoop up the brunette beauty in his arms in St Tropez, to help her get onto a rib by the shore, instead of her having to walk into the sea.

A topless David, with an unbuttoned shirt and white shorts on, effortlessly picked up Victoria, who donned a white dress and no shoes.

The couple sported impressive tans as they were joined by pals on the boat, before having lunch with tech billionaire Ernesto Bertarelli, 56.

The sweet moment comes as just one of many between the married couple, with David also raving about his Spice Girls wife as she performed one of her iconic songs during the trip.

Victoria, 48, even jumped onto the back of a jet ski and wrapped her arms around David while admitting he’d finally got her on one.

The couple have ventured away on a very impressive super yacht which costs a huge £1.6million a week to charter.

They’ve been joined by their three youngest children and family friends, and they’ve wasted no time documenting the lavish trip on social media.

It has been a jam-packed trip for the famous family, who’ve visited St Tropez and the coast of Italy during their getaway.

Earlier this week Victoria looked incredible as she donned a red bikini, a black cap and shades.

She sauntered across the deck of the luxury vessel clutching her clothes and a bottle of water.

And Hunky David revealed his six-pack and extensive tattoo collection in a pair of green swimshorts.

Spice Girl Posh has been enjoying the view onboard the boat during the getaway, particularly that of her hubby.

She shared a topless snap of him on Instagram earlier in the week and told fans “you’re welcome”.

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