David Beckham is so worried about going bald he would shave off the hair he had left rather than have a hair transplant if it started happening.
David Beckham has fears about going bald.
The soccer star - who has sons Brooklyn, 12, Romeo, nine, and six-year-old Cruz, as well as six-month-old daughter Harper with fashion designer wife Victoria Beckham - would shave the rest of his hair off if he started losing his locks.
He said: "Someone said I'd had a hair transplant. There's definitely nothing wrong with doing that, but I don't think personally I would. If I do start showing signs of going bald, then I will shave it off I've still got hair. I'm still fighting it."
The 36-year-old hunk was recently on the verge of chopping his "side-sweep" style hair off, but Victoria convinced him to keep it.
He added: "She said, 'It looks so good at the moment. Don't do it.' I was like, 'OK'."
David - who was slammed for wearing a sarong while on holiday with his wife in 1998 - admits he has grown in confidence about what he wears since he met Victoria in 1997 and he doesn't care what anyone else thinks.
He explained to the Telegraph magazine: "When I met Victoria. I got confidence. If I like something, I'm going to wear it - it doesn't matter what people are going to think of me. I've never been averse to doing, not stupid things, but pushing it a little.
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