David Beckham slammed by Piers Morgan for chewing gum at royal wedding

Updated: May 22, 2018, 09:39 IST | Agencies

Beckham stopped by to shake hands with a policeman and even posed with Manchester Arena bombing survivor Amelia Mae Thompson outside the chapel

David Beckham
David Beckham

Former England football captain David Beckham, 43, may have touched many hearts by his gestures outside the entrance of St George's Chapel before the royal wedding of Meghan Markle and Prince Harry on Saturday.

Beckham stopped by to shake hands with a policeman and even posed with Manchester Arena bombing survivor Amelia Mae Thompson outside the chapel. Good Morning Britain presenter Piers Morgan wasn't happy with Beckham, as he lashed out at him for chewing gum sitting next to respected guests.

Piers Morgan
Piers Morgan

"He goes into church and sits down next to Nicholas Soames. The pillar of the establishment. A man related to Winston Churchill and what does old Golden Balls do? He chews gum," Morgan spoke about Beckham, reported British tabloid, The Daily Mail.

Morgan didn't stop there, but he made fun of Beckham's East London accent, saying: "What time you ya startin' then luv? You don't chew gum in church. If there's something that will stop him getting a knighthood..."

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