David and Victoria Beckham pulled out all the stops for their family Easter weekend, treating their four children to bunny-shaped pancakes for breakfast, followed by a treasure hunt. They topped off the family fun by making their very own Easter bunnies and eggs – and of course they shared their family time with fans.
Fashion designer Victoria showed off her creative skills with a photograph of a beautiful white chocolate egg that she had made herself. The proud mum of Brooklyn, Romeo, Cruz, and Harper wrote on Twitter: "Busy making Easter eggs with my beautiful boys and Harper x look what mummy made!! X vb".
Brooklyn enjoyed his Easter breakfast! x vb pic.twitter.com/ghlOWpoW5O— Victoria Beckham (@victoriabeckham) April 5, 2015
As well as wishing her "fashion bunnies" a happy Easter, the 40-year-old posted a picture of herself with her niece, who was also enjoying Easter with the Beckhams.
She also revealed the elaborate breakfast that the famous family had tucked into. A photo she shared on Twitter showed her eldest son, 16-year-old Brooklyn sitting back in an armchair with a bunny-shaped pancake, with blueberries for eyes and a sliced strawberry in place of a nose, on his face. "Brooklyn enjoyed his Easter breakfast! x vb," wrote Victoria.
David, meanwhile, proved you're never too old for a chocolate hunt by sharing a photograph of himself smiling happily with a basket in his hands – suggesting he had hidden the chocolate treasures for his children to find.
The former footballer, who was dressed casually in jeans and a denim shirt with a jumper on his shoulders and a cap, sat casually on a fence with vineyards in the background.
He captioned the image: "Happy Easter to those who are celebrating. Hope you're having an enjoyable time with the family."
His son Brooklyn followed suit, sharing a snap of himself with a chocolate bunny he had found, writing: "Making Easter bunnies ! Happy Sunday."
It appears health conscious Victoria may have even treated herself to a helping of the tasty treat, writing: "Yum!! X happy Sunday x vb," alongside the picture.