Becks flooded with gifts on 37th b'day

   May 3, 4:48 pm

London, May 3 (ANI): David Beckham, who celebrated his birthday on Wednesday, posted a picture on his Facebook page showing himself surrounded by perfectly wrapped presents and cards addressed to 'Daddy'.

The footballer, who turned 37, was thrilled to receive Magic Johnson's basketball jersey signed by the sports star.

The former LA Lakers superstar had even signed the jersey 'To David'.

The Los Angeles Galaxy player was visibly thrilled with the surprise as he posted yet another picture on the social networking site, clutching the framed jersey and writing: "Best birthday present ever!" the Daily Mail reported.

The father-of-four was even treated to a home-cooked breakfast from his older children, Brooklyn, Romeo and Cruz.

David posted a picture of bacon, scrambled and boiled eggs and sausages, writing: "Boys cooked me a birthday breakfast this morning!"

The family's meal was surrounded by party hats and decorations. (ANI)

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