Luis Figo, Iker Casillas and Roberto Carlos also joined in and the five of them reminisced about their glory days at the Bernabeu.
With the current lockdown and social distancing protocols in place, friends everywhere are having to contact each other remotely and the former Real stars were no different.
Ronaldo Nazario caught up with Roberto Carlos (top left), Iker Casillas (top right), David Beckham (bottom left) and http://audiology.wiki/Casillas_apos;_Wife_apos;finishes_Chemotherapy_apos;_Six_Months_After_Diagnosis Luis Figo (bottom right) in a live group video chat
Beckham posted this picture of him and Ronaldo together during their time at Real Madrid
Ronaldo and Beckham in particular indulged in a touch of nostalgia.
The pair helped Real win LaLiga in 2007. The Brazilian forward said: 'For me, you were one of the best of all time in the centre, the way you touch the ball, could put the ball wherever you want, and without looking at me the ball would come.
'I should thank you for many balls you gave to me. You were amazing.'
Ronaldo thanked Beckham for all the assists and pinpoint deliveries he provided
Luis Figo was the first Galactico signing and was joined by world class stars like Roberto Carlos
And the former England captain returned the compliment, thanking Ronaldo for helping him adapt to life in the Spanish capital.
He said: 'One of the first people that I ever saw was you, when you walked into the changing room it made me feel comfortable to be at the club.
'I remember you turning around to me and saying that the Brazil squad believed that if there was any English player that could play in the Brazilian team it would be me, but I never believed you!
Real's golden generation of talent won LaLiga in 2006 and 2007 but underachieved overall
'Because Brazilian players are the best players! You know that.'
After signing Figo in the summer of 2000, club president Florentio Perez set about signing icons of the world game to play for Los Blancos.
He put together an all-star cast but despite the domestic titles there is a feeling they never fulfilled their potential as a group, failing to win the Champions League and truly assert their authority on the game for a generation.