Because even celebrities like to enjoy Christmas Day, it often takes a few days for the general public to get a peek at what their holidays were like. This year is no different, as Victoria Beckham recently shared some family Christmas photos.
These photos include an appearance from Beckham's sister Louise Adams, who is a far less public member of the family. The two are pictured sitting together in shades of blue, relaxing and having a glass of wine to boot.
"Happy Christmas!! Kisses from us. Love u @louisesadams X," the text across the image reads. The two sisters, who look quite a lot alike, have more than features in common.
Both are currently parenting four children, and Adams has also done some work in the world of fashion, where Victoria spends quite a lot of time. For a while, Adams owned her own clothing boutique called Hidden Closet, according to reporting from Hello. Fashion must run in this crew's family.
December has been a particularly crazy month for the Beckhams this year. In addition to all of the normal festivities that come with the holidays, they also celebrated the baptisms of both Harper Beckham and Cruz Beckham.
According to Harper's Bazaar, the Beckhams have gone with high-profile godparents for both children. Eva Longoria, Marc Anthony, celebrity hairdresser Ken Paves and soccer agent David Gardner were all in attendance at the baptism, which was held at the Beckham's normal family church.
The afterparty for the baptism was reportedly also quite the event. Photos captured at the party caught Victoria and David out on the dance floor, losing their minds to a live rendition of Frankie Vallli's "I Love You Baby."
It's clear that this December has been one to remember for the family, and that they'll probably need all the rest they can get in the new year. The celebrity couple has put a remarkable emphasis on family, and it seems to have paid off.
Although they're much wealthier and more well-known than the average family, it's nice that the Beckhams lead a life that's focused on their families. It's telling that the less famous members of their family don't at all resent the success that the Beckhams have had.
Instead, they come over to hang on big holidays. The entire family can be together and enjoy the day. After all the partying they've been doing, maybe they'll opt for a quieter, smaller New Year's.