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Watch: Victoria-David pucker up for crowd

ANI  London, May 03, 2012
First Published: 12:45 IST(3/5/2012) | Last Updated: 13:37 IST(3/5/2012)

Victoria Beckham was left giggling in embarrassment on Tuesday night as she and husband David were caught on the LA Lakers KissCam as they watched the game from the front row.

Despite her mortification as she and her footballer husband flashed on the screen, the 38-year-old had no problem puckering up beau as the Staples Center crowd, including David’s sister and mother, laughed and applauded them.

The couple actually looked absolutely delighted to have been singled out by the KissCam, which focuses on couples during an event at the venue.

The fashion designer appeared quite distracted as she joined her man for their courtside date, the Daily Mail reported. The 38-year-old was seen whispering to her sports star husband, rather than watching the action on court.

At one point, Victoria wrapped her right arm around the shoulder of her beau, 37, in order to quietly talk to him as the couple enjoyed a date night at the Los Angeles Staples Center. David was sported bursting into laughter.

The couple, who are parents to Brooklyn, 13, Romeo, nine, Cruz, six, and nine-montths old Harper, had left their children at home as they enjoyed some grown up time alone.

The two, who got married in 1999, made time for romance as they behaved affectionately with each other throughout event.

Showing off his double sleeve of tattoos in a black fitted T-shirt, David kept one hand on her crossed legs as they followed the action.

Meanwhile Victoria, who kept her hair pulled up in a long ponytail, flashed her huge wedding ring and a glimmering gold watch as she went casual for once in jeans and a black jacket with elasticated arms.

Always looking groomed, she showed off manicured nails, glossed lips and smoky eye make-up for the romantic date.

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