The Beckham’s formed a united front on Friday to show their support for Victoria Beckham’s first-ever Paris Fashion Week show.
The former Spice Girl-turned-fashion designer debuted her latest collection in front of husband David Beckham, along with sons Romeo, 20, and Cruz, 17, and 11-year-old daughter Harper.
And despite unfounded rumors of a rift between Victoria and her eldest son, Brooklyn’s wife, Nicola Peltz, the newlyweds were front row too.
There was also a nod to Victoria and David’s past habit of wearing (often questionable) outfits, with Brooklyn and Nicola rocking out in coordinated ensembles of jeans, black tops and boots.
Also in the front row were Vogue editors Anna Wintour and Edward Enniful.
Victoria captioned her Instagram post: “It’s Paris baby!! I am so grateful to my family, @BritishVogue and @VogueMagazine for always supporting me on this journey xx VB”.
Brooklyn also shared the post in his Story, writing, “Congratulations Mom on a great show.”
Meanwhile, David shared a behind-the-scenes look at his Instagram Story of Victoria backstage, congratulating his wife on her latest collection and show.
“16 years of hard work and we know how much today means to you. We are so proud,” he wrote.
American supermodels Gigi and Bella Hadid both walked on the show, and other guests included Desperate Housewives star Eva Longoria and model Poppy Delevingne.
Describing her runway show, Victoria wrote: “Fat. Female. Delicate. Sexy. Those are the ideas I was thinking of for #VBSS23.
“It’s about embracing femininity and switching between soft and hard, structured and flowing.
“Thank you so much to my incredible team and to these incredible VB women!!”
Nicola recently spoke about the false stories of bad blood between her and her famous mother-in-law after she chose to wear a Valentino dress to her wedding earlier this year.
She said thank you: “When I read things that say” [things like] I never intended to wear one [Victoria Beckham] clothes or things like that, it hurts my feelings. I’m trying not to make it happen, but it’s just not the truth. It’s just a bit of a shame if you think, ‘Oh, people think that’, but it’s just not true.”