David Beckham, Brooklyn Beckham

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Retired soccer star and model David Beckham and his and Victoria Beckham's his eldest son, Brooklyn Beckham, were recently involved in a car crash in their native England and thankfully, were not injured.

The accident took place on Saturday.

"David and Brooklyn were involved in a car accident, they did not suffer any injuries and as I understand it, both passengers in the other vehicle were unharmed," a source told E! News. "David and Brooklyn were shaken by the accident but thankfully OK."

The accident occurred outside the training ground of soccer team Arsenal, where Brooklyn, 15, had played in a match with the group's youth team, the U.K. newspaper The Telegraph reported. The outlet said David, 39, was driving an Audi and had picked up his son when the crash occurred, adding that the two were spared serious injury due to the deployment of the car's airbags.

David has been in previous auto accidents, including two with Brooklyn. No injuries have been reported.

In 2011, the two were involved a car crash on the 405 freeway in Los Angeles, one of the busiest highways in the United States.

In 2013, David and Brooklyn got into a car wreck in front of their family's home in Beverly Hills, which the Beckhams bought in 2007 after the soccer stud signed with the Los Angeles Galaxy team. He left in 2012 and the family eventually moved back to England and has kept their lavish California house.

This past August, David crashed his motorcyle on Los Angeles' Sunset Strip, located not far from the family's home.

David and wife Victoria, 40, are also parents to sons Romeo Beckham, 12, and Cruz Beckham, 9 and daughter Harper Beckham, 3.

—Reporting by Marc Malkin

(Pictured below: David, Brooklyn, Cruz and Romeo appear at the 2014 FIFA World Cup Brazil Final match between Germany and Argentina in Brazil on July 13.) 

David Beckham, Brooklyn Beckham, Cruz Beckham, Romeo Beckham

Michael Steele/Getty Images/This photo of minors was taken at a public event

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