The couple's children - Brooklyn, 10, Romeo, seven, and Cruz, four - even had a hand in creating the stylish clothes, which will go on sale in aid of vulnerable citizens in developing nations.
In a statement, David says, "Victoria and I are excited to be involved with Sport Relief again this year. Our family had a great time designing the t-shirt range and we hope it will raise much needed funds for many important causes. The most important thing is that the money raised will make a genuine difference to people’s lives.”
Other celebrities involved in the charity include Little Britain star David Walliams, who is taking part in a 875-mile (1,408 kilometre) bike ride across the U.K. in March (10), from the northern village of John O' Groats in Scotland to the southern tip of Cornwall, England, known as Land's End.
Last year (09) British funnyman Eddie Izzard raised more than $300,000 (£200,000) for Sport Relief for running 1,100 miles (1,770 kilometres) across the U.K. in 51 days over the summer (09).
The TV funnyman has been dating 25-year-old Lara Stone since last May (09), and has now proved his commitment to the Dutch beauty by asking her to marry him.
And the comic - who has previously enjoyed romances with British stars Patsy Kensit and Lisa Snowdon - insists he is delighted to be engaged.
He tells Britain's The Sun newspaper, "It's true. We're engaged and blissfully happy. I wasn't planning to make a public announcement because I'm not royal - yet."
Bizarrely, Walliams recently revealed acting legend Sir Michael Caine advised him to give up his womanising ways and find a wife.
The Little Britain star, who completed a gruelling 10-hour swim across the English Channel in 2006, has signed up for another challenge to raise money for good causes.
Walliams will take to his bicycle for an 875-mile (1,408 kilometre) road trip for Britain's Sport Relief charity, cycling from the northern village of John O' Groats in Scotland to the southern tip of Cornwall, England, known as Land's End.
He will be part of a celebrity team which includes funnyman Jimmy Carr and TV presenter Davina McCall, according to Britain's The Sun newspaper.
The BT Sport Relief Cycle Challenge will take place in March (10).
The comic released his debut, The Boy In The Dress, last year (08), about a cross-dressing school boy, which received a slew of positive reviews and was nominated for the coveted Roald Dahl prize, which honours the funniest books for kids.
He published his second, Mr Stink, earlier this year (09) under a two-year deal with Harper Collins.
And now Walliams is holding discussions with a number of film houses, including Disney, to take the stories to the big screen, according to British newspaper The Sun.
The celebrities cleared out their wardrobes for The Really Really Great Garage Sale at London's Selfridges store on Sunday (15Nov09) in aid of the Mothers4Children charity.
A pair of Bassey's shoes sold for $160 (£100), while Paltrow and Hurley's unwanted clothes also helped raise much needed cash.
Funnyman David Walliams, British singer Louise Redknapp and TV presenter Denise van Outen were among the stars manning stalls, each garnering more than $8,000 (£5,000) in profit.
Redknapp says, "It's actually hard to part with things because as I was putting it in the bag, I thought, 'I might wear that.' And then something kicked in and I thought, 'This is going to help a lot of children in difficult periods of their lives', and that's more important than me wearing it on a Saturday night out."
Stars including EVA HERZIGOVA, ELIZABETH HURLEY and DAVID WALLIAMS helped raise $365,000 (£228,000) for the Elton John Aids Foundation at a fundraiser in London. SIR ELTON JOHN was unable to attend the Emerald Ball on Thursday night (05Nov09) as he is recovering from illness.
The Alfie star dated a number of glamorous actresses and models during his prime, including Bianca Jagger and Jill St. John, before tying the knot with wife Shakira.
And now he's urged ladies' man Walliams to do the same, insisting he'll never be satisfied with his love life until he learns to devote himself to one woman.
Walliams says, "Michael Caine said to me, 'I used to be like you. I used to think with women, it was about quantity. Then I realised it was about quality. Then I met my beautiful wife Shakira.'
"I know people reading this won't believe it, but people like myself have low self-esteem. That's why we feel the need to date loads of girls. Then you realise it's not going to get you anywhere. Michael Caine said to me, 'I realised that I couldn't sleep with every woman in the world.' He was sharing a flat with Terence Stamp in the Sixties. It must have been a very, very exciting time to be young and famous."
Lucas' former husband Kevin McGee was found hanged at his Edinburgh, Scotland apartment on Monday morning (05Oct09), when police forced their way into the property after being alerted by a pal.
McGee, 32 - who was said to have been depressed for months - left a dark message on his Facebook.com page, saying that he thought "death is much better than life", in the hours leading up to his suicide.
Lucas is said to have been "floored" by the news, and has now cancelled his forthcoming appearance until further notice. He will be replaced by his understudy, according to producers at London's The Comedy Theatre.
And Lucas' Little Britain partner David Walliams has now reached out to the star - urging him to "stay strong".
Taking to his Twitter.com blog, Walliams writes, "Awful news about Matt's ex partner. Stay strong Matt, our thoughts are with you!!"
Lucas and McGee married in a lavish ceremony in 2006, but divorced in 2008 on the grounds of unreasonable behaviour.
Police have ruled out any suspicious circumstances in McGee's death.
The leading men's fashion magazine throws a lavish bash every year to hand out accolades to the most inspirational male stars in the world, and this year, singer/songwriter Elvis Costello was honoured in recognition of his long-running career, taking home the Outstanding Achievement prize, while Frost/Nixon star Sheen was handed the Best Actor Award from sexy Eva Mendes.
The Wrestler star Mickey Rourke was named the International Man of the Year, while British comedian David Walliams was crowned the Most Stylish.
Pop singer Lily Allen, who hit the headlines for her drunken spat with co-host Sir Elton at last year's (08) GQ ceremony, was named the Woman of the Year.
Other winners at the glitzy London ceremony included director Guy Ritchie and movie mogul Harvey Weinstein.
The British comic penned his debut novel, The Boy In The Dress, last year (08) and the book received a slew of positive reviews.
Now the tale, aimed at readers aged between eight and 12, has been nominated for the coveted Roald Dahl prize, which honours the funniest books for children.
Walliams' offering will go up against established authors including Allan Ahlberg and Anne Fine.
The winner will receive a cash prize of $4,000 (£2,500), which will be presented at an awards ceremony in London on 10 November (09).