Family affair for the Beckhams as Brooklyn and David take FROW at Victoria's NYFW show
It was a family affair for the Beckhams as Victoria's showcased another critically acclaimed collection at New York Fashion Week.
Since launching new eponymous line in 2008, Victoria has become a firm favourite with both fans and fashion's elite.
Her mainstream appeal is only enhanced by her husband David's regular presence on the front row, usually alongside at least one of their adorable children - in this case, Brooklyn (16), who has attended a number of shows at NYFW.
Yesterday's show was a resounding success (so much so that Victoria even cracked a smile while thanking attendees) and she told the New York Times that she's determined to keep her good luck and always sticks to the same superstitious routine.
“I’m actually incredibly superstitious — I have these strange little rituals and routines that I stick to in the run-up to every show,” she said.
Posh Spice says she goes for lunch at the same restaurant every show, stays in the same hotel and even keeps crystals on her for good luck.
“After that, I head straight back to the studio and get cracking with the sales edit," she added. “There are over 300 pieces to sort through. It seems a little weird to stick so rigidly to that schedule, but I don’t want to jinx anything and it seems to be working so far.”
David, meanwhile, said that their four children Brooklyn, Romeo (13), Cruz (10) and Harper (four) are "so proud" of their mother's hard work.
"They are all so proud of their mum and do as much as they can to support her,” he told the paper.
"I’m proud of her, too. She works so hard — she’s a real superstar."
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