It’s been a special month for Victoria and David Beckham, who recently celebrated their 20th wedding anniversary.
And the celebrations continued for the family as they jetted off on a family holiday to Miami last week, where the footballer has been spending much of his time working on his Inter Miami CF soccer expansion team.
Taking to Instagram to document the trip, the family gave a candid insight into their tropical getaway, with Victoria, 45, seen belting out Beyonce hits on a road trip, whilst David, 44, tried his hand at salsa dancing.
Family fun: The celebrations continued for the family as they jetted off on a family holiday to Miami last week, where David has been spending much of his time working on his Inter Miami CF soccer expansion team
The couple were joined by sons, Romeo, 16, and Cruz, 14, as well as daughter Harper, eight, on the family getaway but the eldest of their four children, Brooklyn, 20, remained in London.
The family kicked off their holiday with a trip to a water park, with David racing his children on the towering slides, whilst Victoria acted as camerawoman, remaining firmly on dry land.
The mother-of-four was no doubt also looking after Eva Longoria’s son Santi, 13 months, who joined the Beckham brood for a day at the pool.
Eva and Victoria have been firm friends for years, and it looks like their children have also formed a strong bond, as Victoria shared a sweet snap of daughter Harper cuddling Santi in the pool, which she captioned: ‘Harper Seven Loves Santi so much!! Kisses @evalongoria from Miami’.
Bonding: Victoria looked radiant as she cosied up to her youngest son Cruz, 14, in a sweet snap
Meanwhile, David may be known for his fancy footwork on the football pitch, but he revealed that his talents don’t quite extend to the dancefloor as he shared a clip of himself learning the salsa from singer Marc Anthony.
Poking fun at his attempt, the former England captain captioned the clip: ‘The hop and skip at the end [laughing emoji] I forgot to go. Lesson one @victoriabeckham sorry I was so bad. @marcanthony I’ll get better… @romeobeckham thanks for posting it [angry emoji, laughing emoji].
Heading home after the active day out, the brood were seen enjoying a karaoke session in the car, with Harper, Romeo and Victoria belting out Beyonce’s Love On Top for the camera.
Fancy footwork: David may be known for his fancy footwork on the football pitch, but he revealed that his talents don’t quite extend to the dancefloor as he shared a clip of himself learning the salsa from singer Marc Anthony
David has been busy working in the U.S as Inter Miami will join the MLS as an expansion team for the 2020 season, with Beckham front and centre as one of the owners, and the public face of the team .
As part of his deal to sign for LA Galaxy back in 2007, Beckham negotiated an option to own an MLS franchise for a discounted fee of $25million once his playing days finished.
The wheels were finally set in motion in 2013 when he confirmed he would set up shop in Florida, under the rather unwieldy working title of ‘Miami Beckham United.’ However, the name of Inter Miami was later settled upon – with the club in its current guise officially founded on January 28, 2018.
David, 44, tried his hand at salsa dancing.
Beckham is one of six owners of Inter Miami – other investors are Simon Fuller, who formerly managed the Spice Girls (featuring Beckham’s wife Victoria); Bolivian billionaire Marcelo Claure; Florida businessmen Jorge and Jose Mas; and Japanese banking chief executive Masayoshi Son.
While the family headed to Miami earlier this week for the school summer holidays, the Beckhams’ eldest son Brooklyn remained in London.
The aspiring photographer, 20, has been working alongside renowned photographer Rankin at his studio in West London.
Brooklyn embarked upon the dream internship earlier this month after the legendary snapper, 52, was impressed with Brooklyn’s photo of Sir David Attenborough in Africa.
But it appears Brooklyn – who has previously shot campaigns for Burberry and published his own photography book – is said to be struggling with the first days of the intense internship – with colleagues claiming he has to be treated like a complete novice.
A source told The Sun: ‘Everyone knew Brooklyn’s work needed fine tuning but no one knew his knowledge of the simplest tasks was so off.
‘Everyone had high hopes for him but it’s not been the most impressive start. He’s lacking in most areas. But he’s trying to make up for it in enthusiasm.’