The Beckhams jetted off to Los Angeles to spend the half-term holidays Thursday. Doting dad David Beckham, along with his four kids, flew into LAX airport Thursday night. The family was seen minus Victoria Beckham, who is busy with her new line in Hong Kong.

The retired soccer player looked handsome in a navy sweatshirt and trousers. He wore a gray T-shirt underneath. He accessorized with a black beanie and sunglasses, and carried a backpack. The 40-year-old completed his look with a pair of white sneakers.

The doting father carried his 4-year-old daughter Harper to the car. The tot, who was still asleep from the long flight, was accompanied by her brothers, Brooklyn, 17, Romeo, 13, and Cruz, 11. Harper wore blue jeans, a white top and matching trainers.

Her shoes were by legendary German fashion designer Karl Lagerfeld Kids from his new kids’ collection called Choupette. Named after his famous cat, they featured sweet paw prints and graffiti logos. Harper’s long locks were left loose over her shoulders in cascading waves.

Cruz matched his famous dad in a gray beanie hat, matching hoodie and backpack. Brooklyn was a little behind, holding a skateboard in a camouflage jacket and black Adidas cap. He lugged along a rolling Louis Vuitton suitcase.

The stylish teen completed his look in a pair of white sneakers. Meanwhile, Cruz and Romeo were a splitting image of their dad. Romeo opted for gray fitted jeans and a matching hoodie. He also wore a green beanie hat and carried a backpack with two tennis rackets.

The Burberry brand ambassador finished off his look in a pair of white trainers. For the first time, David responded to critics slamming Brooklyn for shooting the Burberry fragrance ad campaign. He slammed critics who said that the teen was chosen to shoot the campaign because of who his parents were.

David told GQ U.S. that he believed his son has genuine talent. “We've always protected our children but we’ve always been honest with them, as well, ‘There's going to be things said about you, about us, that aren't true’,” he said. The retired player added that his son had a great eye, which has been proven through his photographs.