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Victoria Beckham shows off her maternal side as she heads to Kenya with son Brooklyn for charity work - pics

Sharnaz Shahid

Victoria Beckham showed off her charitable side once again during a recent trip to Kenya.

The fashion designer, who is a goodwill ambassador of UNAIDS, revealed her nurturing side in a series of black and white pictures, which she posted on Instagram on Thursday.

Accompanied by eldest son Brooklyn, the influential role model, 42, looked at ease as she learnt more about how charity organisation, Beyond Zero, works.

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First morning in Kenya visiting Beyond Zero mobile clinic with @brooklynbeckham x @beyondzerokenya @unaidsglobal VB
A photo posted by Victoria Beckham (@victoriabeckham) on

Sharing a photo of herself assisting a patient, Victoria wrote: "Wonderful work of @beyondzerokenya promoting maternal,newborn and child health in Kenya. #unaidsglobal @brooklynbeckham XVB."

She added another candid shot of herself holding a child, in the caption she said: "First morning in Kenya visiting Beyond Zero mobile clinic with @brooklynbeckham x @beyondzerokenya @unaidsglobal VB."

Meanwhile, Brooklyn was given the chance to show off his photography skills as he shared more snaps from their visit on his account. One picture showed the 17-year-old carrying a newborn baby at the New Life Home Trust clinic - the young child was sweetly named after him.

Wonderful work of @beyondzerokenya promoting maternal,newborn and child health in Kenya. #unaidsglobal @brooklynbeckham XVB
A photo posted by Victoria Beckham (@victoriabeckham) on

"Humbled by the most inspiring family running @newlifehomeke," he said in the caption. "Honoured to meet newborn baby Brooklyn! @unaidsglobal @bornfreeafrica @victoriabeckham."

Later, he added another alongside the words: "Meeting the beautiful babies @newlifehomeke thx @unaids +@bornfreeafrica for bringing us on this field trip."

Beyond Zero is a charity organisation, which helps mothers and children overcome the challenges they face with HIV.

The trip comes as part of Victoria's role as the International Goodwill Ambassador for the charity.

"This is the beginning of an important journey for me. As a woman and a mother I have a responsibility to support other women," she said previously, before adding: "I am proud and honoured to be working with UNAIDS in this new role to help to raise resources and awareness to support and empower women and children affected by HIV."

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