David Beckham and his children are back in London after spending a couple of weeks in Los Angeles, and the family took a walk in the park with their new dog Olive.
David shared a picture of the precious moment on Instagram posting a black and white image which showed Brooklyn, 16, Romeo, 13, Cruz, 10 and Harper, four, walking through a park with their pet. The caption read: "...just walking and talking..."
While in LA, the Beckhams enjoyed a variety of family activities. Victoria Beckham spent quality mother-daughter time with Harper when she took the little girl for a day of horse riding. They were also spotted going to get matching manicures at a salon.
During the half-term holidays, David also added another tattoo to his collection which Harper designed.
The former footballer shared a photo of his latest inking with his fans on Instagram, saying: "Apparently Harper is allowed to draw on daddy".
After a hectic few months including events on both sides of the Atlantic for Victoria's fashion label, the couple clearly enjoyed the half term break in Los Angeles with their children.
They often spend their time off in California and they also enjoyed an extended stay in the US together during the summer holidays.
The couple celebrated their 16th wedding anniversary in July
The couple recently dismissed speculation about their marriage. Victoria, who celebrated her 16th wedding anniversary with David in July, said the couple have "nothing to prove".
"I am blessed to have a wonderful husband and beautiful, healthy, happy children," she told Grazia. Yes, we travel a lot with our respective businesses and charitable commitments, but we always make time for each other as a couple and as a family."
The couple, who were reported to be looking at buying a home in Gloucestershire, are currently renting a home in London. The Beckhams sold their Hertfordshire estate, dubbed 'Beckingham Palace', which they bought as newlyweds in 1999.
They have bought a £31.5 million house in the capital, but it is being renovated. With their brand worth a combined £500million, it's not out of their reach to buy a country bolthole as well.