Victoria Beckham was the envy of her followers as she shared a photo of her husband David playing football, wearing just a pair of tiny shorts. The retired sportsman was seen kicking a ball around in the family's back garden, showing off his toned torso and football skills. "Still got it," Victoria captioned the cheeky snap.
The Beckhams have been making the most of their children's Easter break by holidaying in the US. While their eldest son Brooklyn, 18, has been partying at Coachella, the rest of the family enjoyed a more relaxing weekend in Los Angeles. Victoria wished her fans a happy Easter by posting a photo of herself in a swimsuit, hiding her face with a bunny mask. "Happy Easter fashion bunnies!! Kisses from the sunshine x ?? x VB," she wrote.
Victoria Beckham shared a cheeky snap of her husband David
David, 41, also posted the cutest photo of a toy bunny in a tent, which he presumably pitched up for his youngest child, five-year-old daughter Harper. The family completed their Easter celebrations with real, live chicks; David shared a snapshot of himself holding the little chick in his hands, writing: "And Happy Easter from me and my little friend." His son Cruz, 12, also had a go, looking super sweet in the Instagram photo.
Victoria showed off her svelte figure in a swimsuit
The nation's favourite family have been enjoying their holiday Stateside, spending as much time together as possible before David and Victoria resume their busy work schedules in London. Victoria, 42, recently opened up about her parenting style with David, her husband of 18 years, saying: "During fashion week, when I'm working, the children will be in New York and he's already planned to take them to museums then out for dinner on Saturday night, so he is very good at that sort of thing – as am I. That's how you can show your support in a marriage, by saying, 'You know what, I've got this.' That's what makes a good partnership."
The family are holidaying in the US
She added to Elle: "David and I both respect that each of us are very, very busy; we are both running big businesses, but we do put the phones down, and sometimes we just talk. When David was on Desert Island Discs on Radio 4 recently, it was great to sit as a family and listen."