Doting father David Beckham and wife Victoria make no secret of how proud they are of their children.

The 47-year-old football icon regularly shares family snaps with his Instagram following of more than 75 million and told best friend Gary Neville that he sees some of his qualities and traits in his offspring.

“It’s an obvious thing,” Beckham told Neville on the analyst’s 29 Questions series, pointing to stubbornness and kindness as two of the characteristics he has passed on. “I see a bit of me in all of the kids.”

How many children do Beckham and wife Victoria have? How many of them play professional football? The Sporting News has the details.

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How many kids do David and Victoria Beckham have?

Ex-Manchester United midfielder Beckham and Victoria - formerly a pop star with English band the Spice Girls - have four children.

The couple were parents by the time they married in July 1999 at a castle in Ireland, when United teammate Neville was the best man.

How old are David Beckham’s kids?

Brooklyn Beckham was a four-month old ring-bearer for the wedding, making their first child a 23-year-old in 2022.

Like Brooklyn, second child Romeo was also born in London and celebrated his 20th birthday on September 1 2022.

Cruz Beckham arrived while Beckham was playing for Real Madrid and was born in the Spanish capital. He turned 17 in February 2022.

Beckham’s daughter, Harper, was born during her father’s spell with MLS club LA Galaxy in 2011. Her 11th birthday was in July 2022.

Are any of David Beckham’s kids playing football?

More than 26 years after David Beckham scored one of the most memorable early goals of his career in London, one of his sons began training with the second string of a top-flight team in the capital.

Beckham senior scored from the halfway line at Wimbledon in the Premier League in 1996 — and chip off the old block Romeo was working with Brentford B.

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Promising talent Romeo has been part of the reserve side at Inter Miami, the MLS club co-founded by Beckham in 2018. Neville’s brother, Phil, was appointed Inter head coach in 2021.

However, in January it was announced he’s signed with Brentford B team on loan until the end of the season and will link up with Neil MacFarlane’s second team.

“I’m very proud and very happy to be here,” said Beckham, who played 20 times for Inter Miami II last season with the player scoring twice and making 10 assists.

“I’m excited to come here and see what I can do.”

Former England captain Beckham will be a keen observer as the gene for genius on the pitch potentially passes to the next generation in his family.

Romeo has played as a full-back, winger and forward,

The prospect made his professional debut in September 2021. While he is yet to be given his senior bow for the first team, Romeo did feature for them in a pre-season game in January 2022.

Brooklyn Beckham

As a four-month-old child, firstborn Brooklyn was the ring bearer when the Beckhams married.

Once a budding footballer, Brooklyn was part of the Arsenal academy alongside Romeo in 2015 before leaving the sport.

Brooklyn has enhanced his celebrity status through a modelling and photography career for major brands and a string of relationships with high-profile partners, as well as inroads into becoming a professional chef.

After being engaged for more than two years, Brooklyn married American actress Nicola Peltz in Florida in April 2022.

Cruz Beckham

Named after the Spanish word for ‘cross’, Cruz also enjoys a high profile in the US and has almost two million Instagram followers.

The paparazzi target is also a model, appearing topless for British magazine i-D in 2022.

“So cool,” responded his father while sharing photos of the shoot, which included Cruz hunched over a box while putting his fingers to his lips. “Such a proud dad.”

Reports in October 2022 claimed that Cruz was working on music with writers for pop star Rita Ora.

Harper Beckham

Harper’s middle name, ‘Seven’, is said to partly refer to her dad’s former shirt number for United and England.

The fashion fan is often seen at the front of her mother’s catwalk shows and is frequently portrayed by Beckham on social media.

Beckham filmed Harper pretending to take a successful last-minute free-kick as part of a good luck message to the England women’s team during Euro 2022.

“She shoots, she scores,” he said after Harper rolled a ball into a net on Inter Miami’s pitch.