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PostSubject: Beckham family design T-Shirts for Sports Relief   Fri Jan 22, 2010 1:07 am

Her designer dress collections have been extremely well-received by the fashion set.
And now Victoria Beckham has turned her talents to a range of charity T-shirts - and she's even managed to rope in her family to help her out.
Victoria, David, Brooklyn, Romeo and even little Cruz have created a series of tops for Sport Relief with the aim of inspiring the nation to rise to the charitable challenge.

Lending his support: David Beckham kicks off Sport Relief today in one of the official t-shirts designed by the entire Beckham family
Hundreds of thousands of people across the UK are expected to run the Sport Relief Mile on the weekend of March 20-21, with all money raised going towards the needy in the UK and the rest of the world.
A host of famous faces from the world of sport and entertainment will be taking part in Sport Relief, including The One Show's Christine Bleakley, who will be water-skiing across the English Channel, and Blue Peter’s Helen Skelton, who will attempt to become the first woman to sail the Amazon river in a kayak.
And rugby international Lawrence Dallaglio will cycle from Rome to all the Six Nations stadiums in a bid to raise thousands of pounds for the charity.

On Friday, 19 March, the BBC will air a night of entertainment, with highlights including a sketch by comedy actor James Corden as his Gavin and Stacey character, Smithy, as well as special editions of Masterchef and Top Gear.

Frank Skinner will be hosting a special edition of A Question of Sport Relief and there will also be a unique Strictly Come Dancing challenge for two twinkle-toed celebrities.

Best foot forward: Presenter Fearne Cotton pulls on her Sport Relief socks

Charity mission: Racing driver Jenson Button and TV presenter Claudia Winkleman show off their Sport Relief T-shirts


Fighting for the cause: Boxer Amir Khan has also signed up to Sport Relief
Since its launch in 2002, more than 1.25 million people have taken part in Sport Relief, helping to raise over £75 million.

In 2006, actor David Walliams’ swam across the English Channel in aid of the charity, while, last year, comedian Eddie Izzard raised £200,000 by running a marathon a day around the UK.

You can buy the Beckhams' T-shirts and sign up to run the Sport Relief Mile at www.sportrelief.com. The T-shirts are also being sold at Sainsbury's and TK Maxx.

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PostSubject: Re: Beckham family design T-Shirts for Sports Relief   Wed Jan 27, 2010 11:42 pm

i brought 2 of them 2 day fab
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