Victoria Beckham and her teenage son Brooklyn showed some serious swagger in a new photo posted online. The former Spice Girl was pictured sitting in a golf cart mimicking her son's too-cool-for-school pose.
Proving that she's still down with the kids, Victoria, 42, struck a confident pose in her tracksuit and baseball cap.
The fashion designer made peace signs with her hands, while 17-year-old Brooklyn, who shared the snap on Instagram, smouldered at the camera.
Victoria and Brooklyn Beckham posed up a storm
The family are enjoying the children's half term holiday in an exotic location. Brooklyn has been posting photos of some breathtaking sunsets, while his dad David has also shared a picture of a bottle of wine in front of what looked to be a private pool.
In true jet-setter style Victoria and David, 41, have just attended their friend Eva Longoria's wedding in Mexico.
The couple looked to have had a ball of a time as videos emerged on Instagram showing the pair letting their hair down and partying the night away at Eva and Jose Baston's wedding reception.
David and Victoria are so "full of love" in Mexico
Victoria also shared a sweet snap of herself and David looking out into the sunset. "Full of love in Mexico X feeling blessed, I love u baby @davidbeckham X #soulmate X VB," she wrote.
The mum-of-four played a very special part in her best friend Eva's wedding. She designed all three of Eva's bridal gowns and also acted as one of the witnesses.
Victoria shared a photo of herself napping on holiday
The former Desperate Housewives star gave HELLO! the privilege of publishing her exclusive wedding photos, and explained: "I asked Victoria to do my dress because I wanted it to be special and made with love – and I knew Victoria would make it with love.
"Victoria was one of my witnesses, too – she signed the paper that says I was here – so it was a Victoria Beckham weekend. She was the best, sweetest person to have there on this day. Not only did she do my wedding dress but she's one of my best friends so for her to be there was so special."