The 40-year-old soccer star played a charity soccer game with students at the Bhaktapur Durbar Square in Bhaktapur, Nepal on Friday, after the area was hit by a devastating earthquake in April that killed nearly 9,000 people. Beckham was able to put a smile on the kids' faces -- who were all decked out in their soccer gear -- while he went casual in a black t-shirt, khaki pants and brown boots. He also wore a traditional bindi on his forehead.
The charitable athlete spent an hour talking to students at the Shree Padma Higher Secondary School -- in classrooms made out of temporary sheds -- after the school suffered significant earthquake damage, the AP reports. The soccer stud is also filming a new UNICEF documentary, titled Love Of The Game, in which he'll visit seven countries and play seven games with the locals in each region, as he explores the impact of the sport in all walks of life.
Beckham Instagrammed a cute selfie with a few of the kids he visited in Nepal on Friday, writing, "Bunny ears are the same everywhere in the world 🐰 @UNICEF #loveofthegame."
At one point, the footballer also had his face painted in crimson, which hold symbolic meaning, and is the national color of Nepal.
"My wife looked like she'd had quite the party and she did," Beckham admitted. "It was a big release for her."
"[Victoria] deserved a night like that because she's worked hard," he added.