FOOTBALL icon David Beckham surprised fans on social media by dying his hair bleach blonde and copying son Romeo.
The 46-year-old has adopted Phil Foden's fashionable look but insists he started the trend in the 90s when he was a Premier League star.
Beckham took to Instagram to share a picture of him and Romeo, 18, both sporting a blonde buzz cut.
The Manchester United legend also shared a pic of the two of them with Cruz, 16, who's gone for a pink hairdo instead.
The post was jokingly captioned: "Sometimes the boys need reminding who did it first in the 90s.
"By the look on their faces they are not to pleased about it."
Beckham's caption also contained the hashtag #DadDidItFirst and laughing emojis.
The ex-Real Madrid winger's oldest son Brooklyn was quick to show his support, commenting: "Looks so cool."
While wife Victoria responded: "Dad did do it first and it looks even better this time round!"
And one fan joked: "Phil Foden appreciation society."
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The blonde buzz cut, made famous by England legend Paul Gascoigne at Euro '96, has made a comeback this summer thanks to Foden and Romeo.
The Manchester City youngster emulated Gazza's iconic style in June ahead of Euro 2020, with the England squad promising to follow suit if they won the tournament.
But it was Romeo who led it's resurgence in May, showing his three million Insta followers his fresh trim and perhaps inspiring Foden to copy.
Beckham is known for his fashionable haircuts and adopted a blonde buzz cut in 2008 while training with Arsenal.
He also famously had highlights during the 90s when United won the treble under iconic manager Alex Ferguson.
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