David Beckham fans have labelled him a “human golden retriever” after sharing a video of him planting roses, and are pleading with the BBC to give him his own gardening show.

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David Beckham fans have begged the BBC to give him his own gardening show after he spoke about his home life, describing him as a “human golden retriever”.

The 49-year-old former footballer took to Instagram over the weekend to share his new gardening venture.

On Saturday, David shared a video of him planting a Queen of Sweden rose bush while his wife Victoria, 50, gave him words of encouragement.

The star sportsman’s fans were quick to point out where he was going wrong and the next day he shared another video of him planting a second rose, thanking his supporter for the tip.

The videos have garnered more than a million likes, with people praising the star as “the gardening influencer you never knew you had” and sharing their hope that he will get his own TV show.

David Beckham fans are begging the BBC to give him his own gardening show after he showed off a glimpse of his life at home in an Instagram video over the weekend, calling him a

David Beckham fans are begging the BBC to give him his own gardening show after he showed off a glimpse of his life at home in an Instagram video over the weekend, calling him a “human golden retriever”.

The 49-year-old former footballer took to Instagram over the weekend to share his new gardening journey, and also took some advice from fans.

The 49-year-old former footballer took to Instagram over the weekend to share his new gardening journey, and also took some advice from fans.

On Saturday, David posted his first gardening post on social media, along with a series of videos filmed by Victoria.

“He loves gardening,” I heard Victoria say.

“Do you think it’s deep enough?” David asked, to which Victoria replied, “It seems so. I mean, I’m not really the one to ask. Just try it.”

In a second video, David holds up the plant and says: “The Queen of Sweden, the English Shrub Rose. Isn’t it an English Rose Shrub?”

The next video shows him struggling to pull the plant out of the pot he bought it in as the soil gives way.

“Look, there’s movement,” Victoria said. “Oh, it’s falling apart.” David then patted the soil around the plant and said, “This is amazing, by the way.”

“Amazing,” Victoria replied. “So amazing.”

The next day, David shared another video, this time filmed by him, in response to the previous day’s video.

On Saturday, David shared a video of himself planting the Queen of Sweden's roses while receiving words of encouragement from his wife Victoria, 50.

On Saturday, David shared a video of himself planting the Queen of Sweden’s roses while receiving words of encouragement from his wife Victoria, 50.

Fans of the star athlete were quick to point out where he was going wrong.

This prompted him to share another video the next day of planting a second rose and thanking well-wishers for the tip.

The star sportsman’s fans were quick to point out where he was going wrong and the next day he shared another video of him planting a second rose shrub and thanking his supporter for the tip.

The video has garnered more than one million likes, with people praising the star as

The video has garnered more than one million likes, with people praising the star as “the gardening influencer you never knew you had” and sharing their hope that he will get his own TV show.

Taking to social media on Saturday, David posted his gardening debut alongside a collection of clips filmed by Victoria.

Taking to social media on Saturday, David posted his gardening debut alongside a collection of clips filmed by Victoria.

He said: “After trying a slightly amateurish attempt at planting a shrub yesterday, I followed the advice of a couple of people who commented on my slightly amateurish planting technique and the way I was trying to get the Queen of Sweden out of the box. And guess what? They were right. Let’s take a look.”

David begins tapping the side of the new pot before lifting out the rose plant — “Who would have known?” he says to the camera — and then plants it, before covering it with soil.

David added: “Who knew it would be so easy to get the Queen of Sweden out of the box?”

“Thank you guys. It’s always good to be kind, isn’t it? Happy Sunday. At least I’m wearing socks instead of barefoot.”

Fans loved the gardening content and shared their appreciation in the comments section.

“He’s like a human golden retriever,” they wrote.

“He loves gardening,” Victoria says.

The next day, David shared another video, this time filmed by him, in response to the previous day's video.

The next day, David shared another video, this time filmed by him, in response to the previous day’s video.

In a second video, David holds up the plant and says:

In a second video, David holds up the plant and says: “The Queen of Sweden, the English Shrub Rose. Isn’t it an English Rose Shrub?”

“My next show on BBC 4 is Gardening with Bex”; “Can we do a reality show where you and Victoria garden”;

“David Beckham gardening is my new favourite content on social media. Thank you for sharing, being positive and making the world a better place.”

“Barefoot Gardener sounds like a good movie title”; “David Beckham’s gardening show would be a hit!”;

“It’s like a glimpse into the TV gardening series no one knew we needed”; “David Beckham is the gardening influencer we didn’t know we needed”;

“@davidbeckham we need a gardening show, you would make it ❤️”, “@gardenersworldtv please do an episode with David Beckham.”

Fans loved the gardening content and shared their appreciation in the comments section.

Fans loved the gardening content and shared their appreciation in the comments section.

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