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Beck's Seeks Solace from Gordon Ramsay After Dad's Heart Attack

by Medindia Content Team on October 8, 2007 at 6:02 PM

Soccer ace David Beckham has turned to celeb chef Gordon Ramsay for support after his dad's heart attack.

Sources said that the footballer, 32, talked to his pal Ramsay, for more than an hour as they ate at an LA restaurant.


"It wasn't a usual lads' night out. They were really deep in conversation. David looked worn out and stressed. He needed someone to talk to," the Sun quoted a source, as saying.

David's dad, Ted had suffered a near fatal heart attack last month and is now recuperating at his son's LA home.

Earlier, it was reported that David Beckham had decided to buy a house and an apartment for his dad in California, in order to mend the rift between them.

However, a source has recently denied the rumours.

Source: ANI
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