The Beckhams Donate Royal Wedding Outfits for Manchester Charity

The power couple decides to ‘support the incredible work of The We Love Manchester Emergency Fund and the families affected by the Manchester attack.’

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Victoria and David Beckham are donating their royal wedding outfits to raise money for families affected by the Manchester Arena bombing.

Victoria donned a caped navy dress from her own label for Prince Harry’s nuptials to Meghan Markle, Duchess of Sussex last month, while her husband went for a charcoal grey and black three-piece suit designed by Dior’s Kim Jones.

Now, by entering an online draw, fans have the opportunity to own both of their outfits.

“To support the incredible work of The We Love Manchester Emergency Fund and the families affected by the Manchester attack last year, @davidbeckham and I have partnered with @omazeworld to give you the chance to own our wedding outfits. Please visit omaze.com/beckham for details. x VB,” the 44-year-old fashion designer captioned an image of her and David at the wedding on Instagram.

Tickets start at $10 (£7). Omaze offers once-in-a-lifetime experiences and exclusive merchandise to support nonprofits around the world, and has previously teamed with Alexander Wang, Bono and the cast of “Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again”, among other stars.

English city Manchester holds a special place in the Beckhams’ hearts, as David made his mark as a soccer star playing for world-renowned club Manchester United.

Following the bombing at Ariana Grande’s concert in the city last May, where 22 people were killed and 139 left wounded, David lent his support to fundraising efforts.

In his own message on Instagram, the 43-year-old said: “To support the incredible work of The We Love Manchester Emergency Fund and the families affected by the Manchester attack last year, @victoriabeckham and I have partnered with @omazeworld to give you the chance to own our wedding outfits. Head over to omaze.com/beckham for details. @mrkimjones @victoriabeckham.”

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