Get ready to tearfully kiss David Beckham's glorious H&M underpants ads goodbye: Victoria's chiseled husband says he's considering retiring from his ongoing collaboration with the Swedish fast fashion brand, which he's been both designing and modeling for the past two years.
At last night's London premiere of the new docu flick The Class of '92, which focuses on Beckham and his former Manchester United teammates at the start of their impressive soccer careers, the 38-year-old DILF told The Showbiz 411 that those drool-worthy billboards and occasional larger-than-life statues may soon be a thing of the past. The reason? (Dramatic pause...) OLD AGE.
When asked whether we'd be seeing more of his golden balls in the near future, Becks -- whose H&M holiday campaign was released last month -- replied humbly, "I don't know... I'm getting a bit old for that now but... we'll see! We'll see..." Guess even an ass that seemingly won't quit needs to quit sometime.
Watch the whole interview (including Beckham's subtle jab at his wife's former career as a Spice Girl) below.