Victoria and David Beckham look loved-up in this sweet picture

They have been married for 17 years, and it seems Victoria and David Beckham are more loved-up than ever. The stars made a glamourous appearance at a lavish UNAIDS fundraising gala in Miami on Thursday evening. Taking to her social media sites on the night, Victoria shared a beautiful picture of the couple posing together.

"Honoured to be supporting World AIDS Day in Miami with my husband and good friends.Thank you @lorenridinger @jrridinger for welcoming us X @unaidsglobal #bornfree. x VB," she captioned the snap, which sees Victoria draping her arms over her husband's shoulder. The 42-year-old was the epitome of elegance in a sleek red number, which she teamed with a chic pair of heels. Her brunette tresses were worn loosely in tousled waves, while her pretty facial features were highlighted with smoky eyeshadow and tinted cheeks.


The renowned designer and the retired footballer were at the event in support of International World AIDS day. Victoria, who is an International Goodwill Ambassador, has long been a supporter of the fight against HIV and AIDS.

In October, Victoria and her eldest son Brooklyn, 17, took a trip to Kenya where they visited a clinic of the Beyond Zero campaign, which helps mothers and children overcome the challenges they face with HIV. "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."

Victoria and David Beckham attended a UNAIDS fundraising gala in Miami on Thursday

Victoria recently shared a snap of herself in a T-shirt adorned with one of her daughter Harper's drawings to raise money for World AIDS Day. Working with UNAIDS and Born Free Africa, the mother-of-four posted the photo to her 12.9 million Instagram followers, captioning the photo: "Thank you@voguemagazine! My #WAD2016 T-shirts available tomorrow at #VBDoverSt and x VB."

The fashion designer opened up about her designs, telling Vogue: "This year, for the first time—and along with a little help from Harper—I've created an adult’s T-shirt with a matching mini version for children. [It's] a huge honour, and a role I am taking very seriously. This is a global plan that aims to support the initial mother-to-child transmission process, but also to educate and empower teenage girls and boys against HIV."

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