Belfast Telegraph

Wednesday 27 August 2014

Tom Cruise: Beckham is hilarious

Tom Cruise

Tom Cruise is "really happy" for pal David Beckham's success.

The stars been friends for years and are both admired for their gorgeous looks.

In a recent interview, the soccer player even said he thinks the actor is more attractive than him.

"He's hilarious!" Tom laughed to Star magazine in response.

"He's doing really well in Paris. He's in Paris right now, but we're always talking back and forth. I'm happy for him."

Earlier this year, David accepted a deal with soccer team Paris Saint-Germain. He has been dividing his time between France and the UK, where his wife Victoria and his four children are based.

Tom is also a doting father – his daughter Suri turns seven later this month.

"Lots of things!" he teased when asked what he has planned for her birthday.

Tom has been spending time Britain recently for his latest film All You Need Is Kill.

The star has thoroughly enjoyed his time in the UK.

"I love it!" he gushed.

"I've just finished All You Need Is Kill and I loved it over here. I had such a great time, I landed a helicopter at Trafalgar Square here. It was unbelievable. My God, it was so much fun."

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