David Beckham has been enjoying the sights and sounds of Australia after flying in with his family for the Invictus Games last week.
And on Tuesday, the former soccer star enjoyed a trip to a wildlife park with his son Cruz, 13, on the outskirts of Sydney.
The 43-year-old bravely posed with a Tasmanian devil on his head, fed kangaroos and even cuddled up to a koala at Symbio Wildlife Park.
That’s brave! David Beckham posed with a Tasmanian devil on his HEAD, fed kangaroos and cuddled a koala as he and son Cruz, 13, enjoyed a day out at a Sydney wildlife park on Tuesday
The sportsman looked delighted as he posed for photos with the various animals, including a red panda.
He also captioned a snap of Cruz with a koala: ‘Best friends forever’.
David is in Sydney with wife Victoria and three of their children: sons Cruz and Romeo, 16, and seven-year-old daughter Harper.
In his element: David looked delighted as he posed for photos with the various animals
Sweet: He also posted a snap of Cruz with a koala (left) and fed a family of kangaroos (right)
Last week, David climbed the Sydney Harbour Bridge with his two sons.
He also watched the closing ceremony of the Invictus Games with Romeo on Saturday, while Victoria went shopping with Cruz and Harper in Paddington.
The ceremony was hosted by Prince Harry and his pregnant wife Meghan Markle.
‘Thank you for looking after us, Symbio’: David is pictured posing with a red panda
Adventures Down Under: Last week, David and his sons climbed the Sydney Harbour Bridge
Ambassador: David (centre) watched the closing ceremony of the Invictus Games with son Romeo (left) on Saturday
While attending the Invictus Games, David told the ABC that his children were enjoying spending time Down Under.
He said: ‘To bring the family over, to make them experience something like this is pretty incredible.
‘It’s the icing on the cake for them to be here with their dad and their mum for a week. And then come to the games.’
Girls’ day out! Victoria (right) and Harper (left) got their nails done in Sydney last week