Football star David Beckham is on the April 2016 cover of GQ and his cover gave us a glimpse of what it is like inside the Beckham home – including their movie choices for movie night.

David revealed that not even international soccer legends are immune from the Disney animated film “Frozen” as he reveals that he has seen the movie “at least 50 or 60 times” because of his daughter Harper.

Aside from the “Frozen” addiction, David shares to GQ that Harper is also a fan of her mom’s Spice Girls music videos then re-create the moves with her mom right after.

As for everyone’s #relationshipgoals, David and Victoria keep it classic with “Singing in the Rain” as their go-to movie if they’re not watching “Friends” reruns.

David has already mentioned how important his family is to him and discussed his life at home with his family in a report by Hello Magazine, “I’m secure as a person, as a husband, as a dad. I’ve gone past the point of really worrying, caring.”

The doting dad reveals how hard it is to leave his four children while he works, “I get physically ill when I have to leave the kids now.”

Back in the day, before David became famous for his good looks, abs and People Magazine’s “Sexiest Man Alive,” he became popular for being a world-class midfielder for Manchester United. He made his first big splash at 1996 when he was just 21 years old when he scored a goal against Wimbledon from behind the midfield.

After exiting Football gracefully, David now does commendable work for Unicef, a dad to four adorable children, and a supportive husband to a highly successful wife.

Suggesting a possible comeback to football, he said, “You know, maybe I could play another year in the U.S. If I was still living in L.A., I’d probably really seriously think about coming back for a year. But we’re living in London, and the kids are happy in the school.”