English footballing royalty have been spotted sampling some of the local cuisines across Dublin's most famous pubs at the weekend.
Between the Beckhams and Peter Crouch popping up enjoying pints and getting the ballads going, you wouldn't be long mistaking Dublin for the bright lights of LA. From fancy Guinness to the Fields of Athenry, it was all happening in Dublin this weekend.
From the videos doing the rounds on social media, it definitely looks like they all enjoyed themselves.
Not someone you would expect to see when you walked into a random bar in Dublin, David Beckham made his way to the Irish capital to celebrate the 18th birthday of son Cruz.
This weekend saw the former Man United man take his youngest son for a boy's trip to the Irish capital. David and Cruz were both spotted across the city with fans spotting them in two iconic Dublin spots The Long Hall and The Temple Bar.
David Beckham hanging out The Temple Bar in Dublin last night. Celebrating Cruise’s 18th. pic.twitter.com/hw5bVdl4AU
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David Beckham took to Instagram this morning to tell his 77 million followers how much he missed Dublin and was all praise for Irish people and Irish pubs, a combination we're fond of ourselves.
The father and son duo also made it down as far as the Guinness Storehouse and took in some traditional Irish ballads while in the city.
If David Beckham wasn't enough, fellow England legend Peter Crouch popped up in Cassidy's at the weekend too.
While he wasn't doing the robot, he looked in lively spirits dancing away and giving a passionate rendition of the Fields of Athenry a rattle. Who'd have thought we'd have Crouchy singing rebel songs with pub-goers on a cold February evening in Dublin.
@irishfootballfantv_ Peter Crouch in Dublin pub Cassidys singing Fields of Athenry/Anfield Road with our friends Rakes the Ashes 🤣👏🏼 #PeterCrouch #Dublin #Pub #fieldsofathenry #fieldsofanfieldroad #Liverpool #football ♬ new tank. tour intro - Wolo
Not a bad effort.