Not just about the music, Glastonbury Festival is always good for spotting a celebrity or two.

Remember when Kate Moss joined Pete Doherty in front of Babyshambles fans?

When Bradley Cooper recorded a scene for A Star Is Born on the hallowed Pyramid Stage?

And when Alexa Chung popped up… well, pretty much every year.

Glastonbury 2019 has brought us Idris Elba, Taron Egerton, Jack Whitehall – and now, David and Victoria Beckham.

The Charlatans. Pic: David Beckham
Image: David Beckham posted a video of The Charlatans performing at the festival. Instagram pic: David Beckham

No strangers to the festival (they’ve been before, watching Ed Sheeran’s headline set in 2017), the couple were seen partying at The Park stage into the early hours of Sunday.

David had earlier posted a video watching The Charlatans from the side of the stage, while Victoria also shared a picture of their Worthy Farm experience, with the caption: “So much fun!!”

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Their son Brooklyn was also pictured at the festival with his girlfriend, Hana Cross.

Brooklyn Beckham and Hana Cross
Image: Brooklyn Beckham and his girlfriend Hana Cross. Instagram pic: Hana Cross

The couple celebrate their 20th wedding anniversary next week, so maybe their festival trip was part of the celebrations – no word on whether they brought their own tent, or if they opted for slightly more glamorous accommodation.

They are among the numerous celebrities who have turned out to this year’s festival.

So far, it has seen a history-making set from Stormzy, who became the first black British male to headline, and a Saturday night closing set from The Killers which saw the Pet Shop Boys and Johnny Marr join the band on the Pyramid Stage.

Janet Jackson, Liam Gallagher, Lewis Capaldi, Lizzo and The Chemical Brothers are also among the hundreds of acts who have performed so far, with the sunshine during the opening days of the weekend making for one of the hottest Glastonburys ever.

The weather is much cooler today, when Kylie, Miley Cyrus, Tom Walker, Babymetal and The Streets all set to play, with headliners The Cure closing the event.

courtesy of Sky News