Calum Best Pays Tribute To Late Dad George On His Birthday

Model and reality star Calum Best has paid tribute to his late father George Best on what would have been the Manchester United legend’s 74th birthday.

Calum Best has paid tribute to his late father George Best on what would have been his 74th birthday.

The TV personality – whose dad is widely considered to be one of the greatest soccer players of all time – has remembered the former Manchester United star on Twitter.

Taking to social media on Friday (22.05.20), Calum shared a photograph of them both together and wrote a touching message to his ”bestie”, who died in 2005, age 59.

He tweeted: ”Today would have been my dads 74th bday , time actually flies .

”RIP bestie , lots of love from me and everyone (sic)”

The 39-year-old star also retweeted and replied to a lot of fans who paid tribute to his dad on the landmark date.

One fan wrote: ”Happy 74th birthday to the most amazing football player that ever lived our George Best!!!

”Gone but never forgotten (sic)”

Another added: ”Happy Birthday to the late great GEORGE BEST, you would be SO SO proud of your son @CalumBest, Gone but never forgotten GEORGE BEST (sic)”

George’s former team also paid their respects, as the official Manchester United Twitter account shared a photo of their ex-player, who wore the number seven shirt for the Red Devils.

The club tweeted: ”Remembering #MUFC legend George Best, who would have turned 74 today (sic)”

Meanwhile, Calum previously revealed he’s looked into ”alternative” ways of becoming a father.

The model thinks he’d be an ”incredible” dad and he doesn’t want to leave it too late to have kids, so he’s been examining options of having a baby outside of being in a relationship

He said: ”I’d be an incredible dad. I have so much love to give. But I’ll do it when the time’s right.

”That said, I don’t wanna wait too long – I want them soon. I want to be an active, cool dad.

”I’ve been thinking about it a lot and if I don’t find someone I love and want to have babies with in the next two years, then there are alternatives.”

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