David Beckham dons Stetson and sips whisky while dressed like a cowboy

    FOOTBALL legend David Beckham draws inspiration from the Wild West — by dressing up like a cowboy.

    Becks, 47, who has more than a fistful of dollars, wore a Stetson and sipped whisky in snaps he captioned: “What’s my new favourite TV series?”

    David Beckham dressed like a cowboy and wrote: 'What’s my new favourite TV series?'

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    David Beckham dressed like a cowboy and wrote: ‘What’s my new favourite TV series?’Credit: davidbeckham/Instagram
    Becks wore a Stetson and sipped whisky in the snaps

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    Becks wore a Stetson and sipped whisky in the snaps

    The horse emoji with the message is thought to refer to Yellowstone with Kevin Costner.

    Seems Becks is along for the ride.

    Beckam recently said the Qatar World Cup “has the power to be a force for good” after defending his £150million deal to be the face of the finals.

    The ex-England captain broke his silence last week in response to being called out by comedian Joe Lycett.

    Joe Lycett played gig in Qatar despite blasting Becks for being paid to go there
    Beckham breaks silence on Qatar World Cup role and defends position

    Lycett protested against Beckham’s £15million-a-year agreement to be an ambassador for the emirate.

    He went viral for his money-shredding stunt last month after he issued an ultimatum to Beckham for the Qatar deal, where homosexuality is illegal.

    If Beckham did not pull out of the deal, Lycett said he would shred £10,000. 

    It was later revealed that Lycett had in fact donated it to an LGBTQ+ charity.

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    Kevin Costner as John Dutton in hit show YellowstoneCredit: Rex

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