She loves to post sweet snaps of her quality time spent with her family.
And Victoria Beckham looked every inch the doting mum as she treated her daughter Harper, seven, to an ice cream after school in London on Wednesday.
The 45-year-old former Spice Girl star shared a snap on Instagram as she held hands with her daughter as they were served the sweet treat from an iconic ice cream van.
Dressed in her usual monochrome look, Victoria sported a black jumper and jeans which she paired with white trainers for the outing.
Meanwhile seven-year-old Harper looked smart in her lilac school uniform as she eagerly awaited the treat.
The mother-of-four captioned the photo: ‘After school ice cream’, posting another snap of a double flake ice cream cone, she quipped: ‘Does this take anyone else back?!?!’
Victoria often shares her musings with Harper on Instagram, including teaching her how to practice spelling.
But her methods of Harper’s schooling were rather unconventional as she had been learning her spelling by writing on their windows.
The star recently shared the shot of Harper writing on the window while learning words including revision, station and division.
Harper was clearly hard at work as she stood in her family home, a luxury abode in west London, while scrawling on the window.
It comes as Victoria shared a sweet tribute to her mum, Jackie Adams, on Instagram to mark American Mother’s Day.
David Beckham’s wife posted an adorable throwback image of her as a child alongside her mum and sister.
She also sweetly mentioned her husband’s mum in the doting caption, the message read: ‘Happy Mother’s Day to all the mums celebrating today. @jackie.adams_@sandra_beckham49 thank u for all that u do xx Kisses from us all x’
Victoria recently enjoyed a trip to New York while her husband David, 44, was pictured at the Vanarama National League Play Off Final between Salford City, which he co-owns, and AFC Fylde at Wembley Stadium over the weekend.
The former footballer was joined by their four children – Brooklyn, 20, Romeo 16, Cruz, 14, and Harper, seven.
The football legend also reunited with his former England teammates Gary and Phillip Neville, who also co-own the club.
The star had something to celebrate as Salford won the Play-Off Final 3-0, meaning they would be promoted to the English Football League next season.
David’s trip to the football came after he was banned from driving for six months after he was caught with his phone on his knee while at the wheel of his £100k Bentley – despite claiming he needs his licence for the school run.