Victoria Beckham's New Family Portrait Shows How Grown Up Romeo and Cruz Have Become

Alyssa Bailey
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Victoria Beckham's New Family Portrait Shows How Grown Up Romeo and Cruz Have Become
Victoria Beckham's New Family Portrait Shows How Grown Up Romeo and Cruz Have Become

From ELLE

Fashion month is very different this year due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic. But Victoria Beckham maintained her family tradition of having her children and husband David Beckham attend her show for her Victoria Beckham line. This time, they were the only guests there. David, along with her teenage sons Romeo, 18, and Cruz, 15, and nine-year-old daughter Harper, posed alongside her. The couple's oldest (and newly engaged) son Brooklyn, who's 21, was not there this time. Brooklyn is currently in New York City with his fiancée Nicola Peltz.

"My favourite (and only) guests this season! 😂 " Victoria captioned her Instagram of the family photos. "love you all so much @davidbeckham @romeobeckham @cruzbeckham #HarperSeven xx we missed you @brooklynbeckham @nicolannepeltz xx"

Romeo in particular had quite a growth spurt. Compare him now:

To him in New York City during Victoria Beckham's show in February 2018 and 2017:

Photo credit: Raymond Hall - Getty Images
Photo credit: Raymond Hall - Getty Images
Photo credit: Raymond Hall - Getty Images
Photo credit: Raymond Hall - Getty Images

Victoria spoke to Harper's Bazaar UK in January about her life now and how she sees herself. "Do I think of myself as beautiful?" she asked. "No, absolutely not. But I make the best of what I have. I see my imperfections and flaws and I smile: it’s who I am and I’m not going to try to change that. It’s taken me a long, long time to recognize that by 45 years old, actually I’m all right. I work hard, I look okay, I’ve got four children that I’m incredibly proud of, a wonderful husband and I feel content. When you’re growing up, you obsess over the silliest of things, but when you get older, you learn how to be comfortable in your own skin."

"I’m very lucky to have a job that doesn’t feel like a job; it’s my passion," she continued. "So I love going to work. But with the kids, both David and I are really hands-on. Yes, I’m up early working out but one of us will do the school run and we always try to be home by dinnertime. We’re very strict about that when we’re in London—at 6pm we are all together, eating dinner, talking about our days. We communicate a lot—we’re a very close family."

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