David brought all the Beckham boys, including his father Ted, to the Home Depot Center in Carson, CA, last night. The guys watched from their box seats as the Galaxy beat the Mexican team Monarcas Morelia 2 to 1. David was forced to sit out due to a one-game suspension he received after getting two yellow cards last week. He'll be back with his team on Saturday, however, when they take on Real Salt Lake in front of their home crowd. Cruz, Romeo, and Brooklyn joked around with their grandfather, Ted, during the game while their little sister, Harper, hung at home with Victoria. Victoria had her own night out on the town Tuesday when she joined David at Marc Athony's concert. Harper's been a hot topic of conversation for the Beckhams, and she was on the forefront of questioning during a recent interview. David's on the cover of WSJ Magazine’s October men’s style issue, which is out Saturday. Inside the edition, he speaks about the London riots and how Harper's affecting his legendary looks. He said:
- David on the London riots: “I think it’s disgusting what’s going on. The problem is, there is a minority of youth today in England who are not scared of authority. It they steal something, they are not worried about the consequences. When I was a kid growing up, I respected elders, I respected the law. If I was on a bus and an elderly lady got on, I would stand up and let her sit down. That doesn’t happen these days. . . . We’ve got the Olympics next year, and these pictures are being seen all around the world. It makes be physically sick."
- David on gray hair: "Got my first gray a few years ago, and a couple more since we’ve had the little girl!”