Victoria Beckham Shares Never-Before-Seen Photo

Mar 4, 2022 - 04:44
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Victoria Beckham Shares Never-Before-Seen Photo

Victoria Beckham has wished her eldest son Brooklyn Beckham a happy 23rd birthday, which will be his last before marrying his fiancée Nicola Peltz later this year.

The mother-of-four took to Instagram to post a never-before-seen family photo of her cradling Brooklyn as a newborn while he eats a banana.

The photo appears to have been shot on a family vacation to an exotic location, as it shows Victoria and her son on the beach, Victoria looking lovely in a black bikini.

" You have no clue how much we all adore you, Brooklyn. Happy Birthday, @brooklynbeckham, to the loveliest, kindest soul on the planet "She added a caption to the photo.

The designer included a more current photo of them both on vacation and at the beach on her Stories, as well as a throwback to when the future husband-to-be was a kid.

Dad is ecstatic. David also posted a photo of Brooklyn when she was a newborn. A shirtless David is seen cradling Brooklyn, who is just wearing a diaper and sunglasses, in his arms.
"Omg! This is invaluable! "You were a kid!!!" wrote one, while another remarked on David's young appearance: "OMG you were a kid!!!"

Victoria and David welcomed their first child, Brooklyn, in 1999, when the diva was 23 and the footballer was 22.
David informed the reporters at the time: "I was present during the birth. It was an incredible experience. We're both ecstatic. Victoria is amazing."

When asked if he believed Brooklyn will follow in his footballer footsteps, David said he didn't know, but Brooklyn had "his dad's legs."

Victoria Caroline Adams, born on April 17, 1974, to parents Tony and Jackie, admits to wanting to be a celebrity since she was eight years old, after viewing the film Fame. Victoria Adams, when eight years old, was transferred to the Jason Theatre School in Enfield, London, where she studied until she was seventeen.

A year later, the aspiring actor transferred to Laine Arts Theatre College in Surrey, where she also took dancing training. Three years later, she responded to an ad in The Stage magazine searching for five females who could sing and dance. It was her ticket to success.