David Beckham has been on a whirlwind trip making pit-stops in New York, Miami, Dubai between stop-offs in London, so it’s little wonder he couldn’t wait to get home to see his "beautiful wife and unbelievable children".
The former football star shared a snap on Instagram along with the message: "This is what happens when 3 queens get on the global express and think they are king Freddie #beenawaytoolong .. Long trip London , Nyc , Miami , Nyc , London , Dubai , London ... Can't wait to get home to see my beautiful wife and unbelievable children...."
Over the past few days, David has met some other inspirational ladies aside from his wife. He met Nobel prize winner Malala Yousafzai for the second time at the Global Citizen Festival in New York, where Beyoncé and Michelle Obama were attendees.
Stopping in London amid his packed itinerary, the father of four also attended the Pride of Britain Awards where he was given the joy of presenting an award to Sohanna Collins, who suffers from a rare genetic skin disease that means she is more prone to breaking out in blisters and third-degree burns.
The 13-year-old has helped raised £3.5million to help other children like her, and was presented with the Teenager of Courage Award for her efforts.
But there's one lady David is particularly proud of – his fashion queen wife Victoria Beckham.
The 40-year-old didn't waste any time in praising his other half for the "powerful speech" she made at this year’s Social Good Summit in New York City, where she joined the likes of Queen Rania of Jordan and Mozambican politician and humanitarian Graca Machel to explore how technology is being used for social good around the world.
David Beckham praised his wife for her 'powerful speech'
David posted a snap of his wife on stage with a touching message: "Proud of my wife today speaking at the UN Head quarters ...
"Powerful speech along with some other incredible and powerful women on that stage ... Right to the point about Our fight against HIV / AIDS @unitednations @unicef @victoriabeckham."