Victoria Beckham is devoted to all the members of her family – including the newest addition, black cocker spaniel Olive. This week, the stylish star shared an adorable new photo of puppy Olive, wearing her very own pink polkadot accessory. "Yeeeehaaaaaa! Happy Friday! Olive Beckham loves her pink bandana x vb," she wrote alongside.
Victoria, 41, proudly introduced little Olive to the world at the start of September, posting a black-and-white photo with the caption: "Meet Olive Beckham x our new baby x vb." A few days later she shared a video on Instagram showing husband David Beckham playing with the new addition.
In the short clip, David is seen releasing Olive from his arms before she leaps off the patio steps. "Watch baby Olive fly!! How cute are her ears?!?! X VB," Victoria captioned the slow-motion video.
Olive is the famous family's fourth pet – they also own a Shar-pei dog named Barnaby, and two Bulldogs called Coco and Scarlet.
David and Victoria certainly have their hands full; as well as caring for their four children, Brooklyn, Romeo, Cruz and Harper – and the family pets – they maintain busy working schedules, Victoria managing her fashion empire, and David juggling a number of different ventures, including a new fashion collaboration with Kent & Curwen, and a fledgling acting career.
All their hard work is certainly paying off though. A new study released this week estimated that Brand Beckham is worth around £500million – a figure that translates to earnings of around £30-£40million a year for the family.
At the moment, of course, David and Victoria are the family's biggest earners – but their children are starting to catch up with marketing appeal of their own. Brooklyn, 16, has already amassed more than 4.4million followers on Instagram, has featured in fashion campaigns and just recently appeared on the cover of Miss Vogue.
His younger brother, 13-year-old Romeo, meanwhile, has a Burberry Christmas campaign under his belt, and was credited with driving a 15 per cent sales boost for the luxury brand.