David Beckham breaks front tooth in snowboarding accident

By Gemma Strong

Just days after son Brooklyn Beckham broke his collarbone snowboarding, David Beckham reportedly broke his front tooth in a similar manner.

David, 41, fell off his snowboard while on holiday in Whistler with his family. He headed to an emergency dentist within hours of landing back in London, and has had his incisor fixed, the Sun reports. A source said: "David is a trooper and didn't make a fuss. He took it all in his stride."

TAP TO VIEW GALLERYDavid Beckham reportedly broke his front tooth during a recent skiing holiday with his family

The dad-of-four, who wasn't allowed to do any winter sports while playing professional football, was trying out snowboarding for the first time as he took to the slopes with wife Victoria, and children Brooklyn, Romeo, Cruz and Harper. His mishap came just a few days after 17-year-old Brooklyn revealed he had broken his collarbone after taking a tumble. He uploaded a video on Instagram showing the moment he fell, and also shared a photograph of his hospital X-ray.

Brooklyn Beckham kept his sling under wraps as he attended the BRIT awards on Wednesday

On Wednesday night, the teenager stepped into the spotlight at the 2017 BRIT Awards – but cleverly disguised his sling under a statement monochrome tartan coat as he posed on the red carpet. Once inside the O2 Arena, Brooklyn had the chance to catch up with Emma Bunton – friend and former bandmate of mum Victoria. The Spice Girl admitted it was a shock to see Brooklyn at the event. "Of course, Brooklyn is here!" she said. "Brooklyn Beckham. And I was like, 'I held you as a baby!' And now he's like a big man. It's frightening." Brooklyn attended the Brits on his own, but later hit up the Warner Music Brits afterparty with the likes of Emma, Niall Horan, Katy Perry and Ed Sheeran.

HELLO! Online has contacted David's representatives for comment.

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