David Beckham

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Please don't stop smizing at the camera, David Beckham.

The former soccer star made an unexpected appearance at the Louis Vuitton menswear show in Paris today, looking—yep, you guessed it—handsome as ever without even having to try. Sigh.

Beckham sported a pair of jeans, plain dark T-shirt and a fitted navy blazer for the event.

The hunky celeb wasn't joined by his fashion designer wife Victoria Beckham, but seemed to fit in just fine. David was spotted sitting front and center for the show, mingling with designer Marc Jacobs and former Dancing With the Stars contestant Victor Cruz.

Maybe Becks was getting some inspiration for the types of suits he'd wear should he listen to Victoria and play the role of 007 someday in the future.

"I have some friends who are actors, Tom Cruise is a very good friend of ours. But I don't think I have any plans to become an actor. I'm not sure I'd be very good at it," the father of four said in a recent joint interview with Chinese news station CCTV.

David Beckham, Marc Jacobs

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But his wife begged to differ, stating, "I think you would be really good at acting," before adding, "I think you'd be great. I think he should be James Bond! He'd be a good James Bond!"

We're siding with Victoria on this one.

Meanwhile, the retired soccer player went to his Facebook to give his condolences for a fallen fellow field player.

"Sad to hear about the passing away of former AC Milan striker, Stefano Borgonovo," he wrote today. "I was fortunate enough to meet him, an incredible person. My thoughts are with his family at this time."

Borgonovo died after a long battle with amyotrophic lateral sclerosis. He was 49.

Marc Jacobs, David Beckham

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