The Beckhams enjoy Burberry show from front row

Family outings don't get more fashionable than heading to the front row of a Burberry show – and that's exactly what the Beckhams did on Thursday. Victoria Beckham, her husband David and four children Brooklyn, Romeo, Cruz and Harper all had the best seats in the house for the fashion show of the British heritage brand, which took place at the Griffith Observatory in Los Angeles.

Victoria was as stylish as ever in a long olive green dress as she sat amid her brood – keeping a protective arm around Cruz all the while. David, meanwhile, was handsome in a dark suit and tie, with little Harper on his lap and editor-in-chief of American Vogue Anna Wintour to one side.

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The Beckhams enjoyed the Burberry show from the front row



The younger boys followed in their dapper father's footsteps, wearing white shirts under blazer jackets with casual trousers and trainers. The oldest of the Beckham siblings, Brooklyn, kept it slightly more casual in a white T-shirt, blazer, trousers and white trainers.

Brooklyn made the most of being front row, which was a first for the teen, snapping none other than supermodel Naomi Campbell as she strutted her way along the catwalk. The 16-year-old also got to meet Cara Delevingne, and later shared the moment with his fans on Twitter. "So nice to see cara," he wrote simply alongside a snap of the pair.

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Dad David planted a tender kiss on daughter Harper's head

Victoria and Brooklyn were clearly looking forward to the show – they both shared close-up photos of their invitations on Instagram ahead of the event. Victoria wrote: "Excited for @burberry show tonight! X vb", while her oldest son tweeted: "Excited for burberry show tomorrow. @burberry."

The Beckhams have a close relationship with the British heritage brand. Brooklyn's younger brother Romeo, 12, caused a spike in the label's sales after he starred in their Christmas campaign, and is often spotted wearing Christopher Bailey's designs.

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