Wed, March 18, 2009
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Ladies keen to flirt Beckham at charity event

2009-03-18 09:12:20 GMT2009-03-18 17:12:20 (Beijing Time)

Nice to meet you: Italian socialite Gabriella Dompe, who placed the highest bid for David Beckham's shirt at the Milan fundraiser, leans in for a kiss

One female admirer made the most of her opportunity to talk with Beckham

Two more mystery ladies talk to Beckham at his table

Victoria Beckham may want to look away now as these photos show her husband David proved a serious hit with the ladies at a charity event last night.

The football star was a special guest at the Anema E Core Cancer Research gala dinner in Milan.

No sooner had Beckham sat down than he was inundated by a succession of Italian ladies keen to flirt with the international heart-throb.

All the AC Milan player had to do was sit there as one female admirer after another approached his table for a quick chat.

Good-natured Beckham took the adulation in his stride and appeared to be having a great time at the event, which was held at Le Officine Del Volo.

Italian socialite Gabriella Dompe was particularly pleased to meet him.

Having placed the highest bid for a Beckham shirt at the fundraiser she threw her arms around the tuxedo-clad star as he welcomed her onstage.

Wife Victoria is currently at the couple's home in Los Angeles looking after their three sons.

The former Spice Girl was in Milan with Beckham last week.

She then travelled to London on Thursday for a series of meetings with her management company in Battersea.

As well as promoting her new clothing range at New York Fashion Week, she has been keen to spend time with her husband.

Beckham has revived his footballing career after recently securing a 'timeshare' deal to divide his services between AC Milan and his U.S. team LA Galaxy.

Their three sons remain in Los Angeles, where they are said to be settled and happy at school.

Victoria stayed in London for a few days while attending various meetings before returning to California. Mail Online reported.

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