Meeting David Beckham is something most fans would probably never forget – so imagine the excitement at bumping into him again 20 YEARS later and taking another photo together.

This happened to a lucky fan called Jordan, who recently came face-to-face with the former footballer a whole two decades after first getting a picture with him when she was a child and has now shared both cute snaps on Instagram.

“Two decades apart, we finally reunite. #7 #beckham,” she captioned the post.

And as if that wasn’t good enough, Becks liked the post and also left a pretty brilliant response in the comments.

“So good to see you after 20 years haha @jordannalc,”David, 42, wrote of the second meeting.

Two decades apart, we finally reunite. #7 #beckham

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The first picture shows a young Jordan wearing a Manchester United football shirt and smiling as the sports star poses with his hands on her shoulders.

Becks played for the club from 1995 until 2003, so it was certainly a long old time ago.

The retro photo is a world away from the more recent snap, which shows Jordan as an adult sitting beside David on a sofa.

It sounds like Jordan’s hoping for a third meeting too, as she responded to the football star’s comment: “Great reunion! We’ll arrange the next one in Manc”.

Instagram users loved seeing the incredible pictures, with one commenting: “This is a riot.”

Another wrote: “Damn that’s crazy😮”.

Meanwhile one admitted they were “jel” (aren’t we all?) and another remarked: this man does not age”.

Meeting a fan again after 20 years must have been a bit of a trip down memory lane for Becks and it’s not the only time recently he’s been getting nostalgic.

On Thursday the dad-of-four took to Instagram to pay tribute to his former teammate Wayne Rooney after the news that he’s retiring from international football.

When this young kid aged 17 walked into this first game for his country it was like he had been playing for England for years.. I had the pleasure of captaining a side that had Wayne Rooney in it because as a captain you want players that have passion , desire and a winning mentality and that's what Wayne was all about which is why he went on to break records for club and country … Personally I'm sad to see him step away from playing for England because one of the reasons our fans love him so much is how much wearing the three lions means to him and that will be missed … Wayne was a special talent , is a special talent and will continue to be that special talent that we all love… 119 OUT 🦁 🦁🦁🇬🇧 @waynerooney @england @manchesterunited

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“I had the pleasure of captaining a side that had Wayne Rooney in it because as a captain you want players that have passion , desire and a winning mentality and that’s what Wayne was all about which is why he went on to break records for club and country,” David explained in a sweet post.

SO much nostalgia for Becks right now.

FROM: Our sister site, Celeb Now. Written by Anna Francis.