You Can Now Get Your Hands On David Beckham's ... Royal Wedding Outfit
Dreams (about David) can come true.
Yes -- we know it was Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's wedding, and oh yes, they were gorgeous in their military outfits and Givenchy dresses and, oh yeah old George and Charlotte were cute as buttons in their flowergirl and page boy duds. and the Queen looked radiant in lime -- but we all know who the real heroes of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex's big day were.
Sauntering down the cobblestones on the way to the chapel, Victoria not even breaking a smile as per, the oh-so-good-looking couple were stylish, they were modern, they were tattooed and totally lovely. David even stopped for a photo with Amelia Mae Thompson, 12, a victim of the 2017 Manchester bombing on his way into the church.
And now, we can actually get to own the outfits they wore because they're giving away THEIR ACTUAL CLOTHES to support the We Love Manchester Emergency Fund, which was started after the attacks on the city last year.
The couple aren't just doing this of their own accord -- no sadly Becks won't be heading to the post office to send you his suit -- Omaze, the online fundraising platform are in control here.
They are a pretty amazing business too -- so far Omaze have raised over $60 million US for 20 different charities, selling off once-in-a-lifetime experiences and products in partnership with celebrities like Idris Elba (who managed to raise a staggering US $750k for his charity W.E. Can Lead by offering himself up as a date), Matt Damon, the cast of The Crown, Deadpool and now the Beckhams. You donate money, you get a chance to win. Simple.
Here's how it works this time around: Simply head to the Beckhams' Omaze page and enter to win the outfits by donating your preferred amount -- the more you donate, the more entries you get. Then, just hope your name gets picked.
And just so you know what you're bidding on. David Beckham was wearing Dior Homme— in fact one of designer Kim Jones' debut pieces as the artistic director of the brand, while Vicky was wearing a piece from her own upcoming collection.
Certainly gets around the problem that happens when you never find a reason to wear an expensive outfit again, right? And for a mighty good cause, too. You can't lose