Victoria Beckham may have spent Mother's Day on the opposite side of the world to her four children, but that didn't stop the star from being treated by her brood. The fashion designer received no fewer than four greeting cards from her sons Brooklyn, Romeo, Cruz and daughter Harper.
Letting her maternal side shine through, Victoria posted a photo on Twitter and Instagram of her snail mail and simply captioned it "I miss my babies x vb."
The photo, which gained more than 3,400 Twitter "favourites" in a couple of hours, paid tribute to each of Victoria's qualities.
Victoria Beckham missed Mother's Day as she was in Hong Kong for the amfAR fundraising gala
A little pink card, which fans guessed was from three-year-old Harper, had the words "Prettiest mummy" on the front, and a cartoon picture of a baby giraffe cuddling up to a big giraffe.
"Mum, everything I know about being amazing I learnt from you! Don't tell dad," read another card, which jokingly made reference to Victoria's legendary football player husband David.
"Happy Mother's Day! You are one of my favourite parents," read another card.
Victoria Beckham wowed in one of her own dresses from her autumn/winter 2015 collection
While it was not clear who had sent which card, one that read "Thanks for passing on the good looks gene!" may well have been from Brooklyn, 16, or Romeo, 12, who have both made waves in the modelling industry.
Brooklyn made his modelling debut last year while younger brother Romeo has been fronting Burberry campaigns alongside the likes of Cara Delevingne for the past few seasons.
Back home in London, Brooklyn and David Beckham were pictured going hat shopping
Victoria, 40, sadly missed out on Mother's Day as she was in Hong Kong to attend the amfAR fundraising gala. The former Spice Girl donned one of her own dresses from her upcoming autumn/winter 2015 collection, wowing in the elegant creation that featured a high, funnel neck and cut-out side panels.
Back home in London, David and his eldest son Brooklyn were pictured doing a spot of shopping. "Trying hats on," wrote Brooklyn alongside an Instagram selfie, which showed David pulling a quizzical face in the background.