Matthew Perry compliments David Beckham on ‘good taste’ over Friends T-shirt

Matthew Perry compliments David Beckham on ‘good taste’ over Friends T-shirt

Matthew Perry has told David Beckham he has “good taste” after the football star sported a Friends T-shirt bought for him by his son Cruz.

Beckham first shared a photo of himself out for a walk with wife Victoria, sporting a black top emblazoned with an image from the Friends episode The One Where No One’s Ready.

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This guy has really good taste. Whoever that is.

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It show’s Perry’s character Chandler Bing looking on in exasperation as Matt Le Blanc’s Joey Tribbiani lunges while wearing most of the contents of Bing’s wardrobe.

It features the famous line: “Could I be wearing any more clothes?”

Perry re-posted the photo on his own Instagram page and wrote: “This guy has really good taste. Whoever that is.”

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Inception. #CommentsByCelebs

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After fans flooded his page to tell him it was Beckham, he clarified: “Guys, I know who it is! I was just joking.”

Beckham’s son Cruz, 15, also commented on the post, writing: “Guess who bought him the shirt,” before Beckham himself added: “Yes @cruzbeckham got me the shirt but could I be wearing anymore clothes?”

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