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They've been married for the last thirteen years and one thing's for sure - David and Victoria Beckham are still as in love as ever.

Despite having been dogged by rumours of marriage problems over the course of their relationship, the pair looked smitten as they enjoyed some family time over the weekend following David's final LA Galaxy match.

David was seen embracing Victoria in a passionate cuddle before affectionately kissing her as their sons looked on.

David and Victoria Beckham embrace for a hug showing they're just as in love as ever following his final LA Galaxy match

You're so embarrassing, dad: Brooklyn looked on as David put on a public display of affection with Victoria outside their hotel on Monday

The couple were on their way out of a hotel with their brood following the final match.

And they looked the picture of happiness as Victoria draped her arm over David's back and shoulders while he put his arm around her waist and the top of her derriere.

Even eldest son Brooklyn looked slightly embarrassed at his parents' public display of affection.

David looked content as Victoria draped her arms around him as he finished his career with LA Galaxy

Despite being dogged by more affair rumours this year the Beckhams look as solid and happy as ever

But he'll be no doubt happy to see them so strong following a tumultuous year which saw David accused of an alleged affair with opera singer Katherine Jenkins.

As David Beckham ended his five-year stay at LA Galaxy with a victory in true Hollywood style, his wife Victoria and their four children stood proudly on the sidelines.

Victoria held daughter Harper while Brooklyn, 13, Romeo, 10 and seven-year-old Cruz cheered on their dad as he lifted the MLS trophy in dramatic fashion after his team won the match.

David shared snaps of him and his adoring family after the game on his Facebook page

David posed with Victoria alongside the MLS cup after he helped LA Galaxy to the victory during his last match for the team

And the football legend even brought his three beaming sons onto the pitch with him before the game started for some extra good luck.

Speaking to his fans after the victory, the star admitted he was sad to say goodbye to the team he has been a part of for six years.

‘It is a special day for us to win it here at our home, in front of our home fans,’ said an emotional Beckham, who again hinted that he would soon be involved in the MLS as a club owner.

David Beckham looked smitten as he wouldn't let go of Victoria's waist during their outing

Family outing: The loved up pair were joined by their three sons as they made their way out of the Los Angeles hotel

‘It is a sad day as well. This is a special place for me and will continue to be a special place.

‘I have no idea where I will go next. I do know that I am happy to have been part of this club for six years and been successful for the last four years.

Support: Victoria and the boys had been on the sidelines as they watched Beckham's final match with the LA team

Affectionate: Beckham placed his hand on Victoria's derriere as they walked along together

‘I will continue with my commitment to this league. I might not be playing here any more but my commitment to growing this sport and this league will continue.’

The finale was suitably dramatic. Emerging from half-time 1-0 down to Houston Dynamo, a quick fire burst of two goals in five minutes from Omar Gonzalez and Landon Donovan and a penalty from Robbie Keane deep into injury-time ensured that the MLS Cup had a fairytale ending for the league's most iconic player.

Downing glory: David Beckham says goodbye in style as he celebrates with his teammates

Joy: David Beckham is showered with champagne and beer by his jubilant team mates as the former England captain and LA Galaxy star celebrates victory in the MLS Cup

Unlike last year when he was nursing a hamstring injury, Beckham, 37, displayed his full range of skills, launching huge 40-yard passes up the field in an attempt to conjure victory in his last game.

In addition to pinging passes, Beckham was almost able to conjure a goal from one of his trademark free-kicks, but the attempt was deflected.

The home crowd unfurled banners declaring their love for Beckham and with the game in injury time with the score finely poised at 2-1, Robbie Keane was brought down in the Houston box and a penalty was awarded to the Galaxy.

Los Angeles Galaxy captain Landon Donvan holds up the MLS Trophy as David Beckham (lower left) and other teammates celebrate their 3-1 defeat of the Huston Dynamo in the Major League Soccer (MLS) Cup

Father's day: Beckham poses with Brooklyn, Romeo and Cruz after the Galaxy's 3-1 win

Last goodbye: Beckham salutes the fans as he finally leaves the pitch

And Beckham was certainly given an appropriate send-off by both his fans, team and adoring family.

After the final goal sealed the victory, Beckham left the game to a raucous standing ovation from the packed stadium amid chants of “Thank you, David!”.

Beckham hugged Galaxy coach Bruce Arena as well as all the other players on the Galaxy bench before the game ended moments later.

The football legend streamed onto the field with his teammates and waved thanks at the fans before he was joined by his three sons, all clad in No. 23 Galaxy jerseys.

Family man: Beckham lines up with his sons, Brooklyn (left), Romeo (middle) and Cruz before kick-off

David Beckham and his children take part in the team presentation before the start of his final game with the Los Angeles Galaxy in the Major League Soccer (MLS) Cup against the Houston Dynamo this evening

Harper Beckham and her mother Victoria were pictured at LAX Airport on their way to the Home Depot Center in Los Angeles to witness David Beckham's attempt to win his second MLS Cup

The pregame rain cleared long enough for the sunny farewell to Beckham, who arrived in Los Angeles in 2007 from Real Madrid with designs on changing the American perception of the world’s most popular game.

The league has grown steadily during his tenure, with most MLS franchises on sound financial footing and in excellent stadiums, although the sport’s popularity and TV ratings haven’t matched the other American pastimes.

Beckham was wildly cheered by many of the same diehard Galaxy supporters who booed him three years ago after his loans to AC Milan and an injury-riddled start to his Galaxy career.

The Home Depot Center souvenir stands were loaded with Beckham shirts, including one that said 'Take Me With You!'

Beckham has been in outstanding form for the past two years, patrolling the Galaxy’s midfield and launching his usual sharp setup passes.

'I'm sad it is the end; this has been an amazing place for me and continues to be an amazing place,' said Beckham, the former England captain.

The midfielder has won league titles in his final season with all three of the clubs he has played with on a permanent basis - Manchester United, Real Madrid and now Galaxy.

Daily Mail