Victoria Beckham is getting into the festive spirit as she enjoys an early Christmas get-together with her family.
The former Spice Girls star took to social media to share photos of the family outing with her parents Jackie and Anthony Adams, sister Louise, 39, nieces Libby, 23, and Tallulah-May, 20, as well as her own children, Romeo, 20, Cruz, 17, and Harper, 11.
Victoria, 48, shared the sweet snaps on Instagram of the family enjoying a meal out at a swanky restaurant. In one photo, Victoria's parents were smiling next to one another holding a Christmas cracker, with the caption: "Family time. Love you so much @jackieadams"
The fashion designer posed beside her rarely seen sister, as the two sported a casual festive look. Victoria wore a green turtleneck jumper while Louise sported a white blouse for the occasion.
The two showed off their resemblance in a sweet snap, as Victoria wrote: "Love her so much. The best mummy and sister." Victoria went on to show off snaps of Louise's two daughters Libby, 23, and Tallulah-May, 20, as they sipped on some cocktails.
Victoria then shared a picture of Romeo and Harper, as the younger sibling hugged her big brother for the snap. A less than impressed Cruz then posed with grandparents, as his mum captioned it: "Look who turned up!!!! Love u @cruzbeckham"
The Beckham family are getting into the festive spirit early this year, after claims that their eldest son Brooklyn Beckham wouldn't be spending Christmas with them.
Rumours of a feud between Brooklyn's wife Nicola Peltz and her mother-in-law have been brewing since the two tied the knot earlier this year.
The Bates Motel actress has reportedly declined the invitation to spend Christmas with the Beckhams in London for the second year in a row.
There were hopes of a reconciliation after the entire Beckham clan, including Nicola, all showed up to support Victoria for her first ever runway at Paris Fashion Week in September.
However, a source claimed the truce was only temporary and a case of “playing nice” while the cameras were on them. An insider told Heat magazine that the Paris truce helped in part but has now made the situation more complicated as the US actress now feels she’s “done her part” and so the Beckhams “owe her one”.
“Brooklyn explained that his parents were upset – that’s why she turned up to the show. But no one believes the reconciliation will last long – especially now Nicola has refused to spend Christmas with the Beckhams for the second year in a row," the insider added.
They went on to claim that Brooklyn had hoped the Paris Fashion Week appearance was going to be a turning point, but now realises it's not that simple as Nicola has “no intention” of spending Christmas with her in-laws.
It has been reported that David pulled Brooklyn aside to reassure him his family loves him and are there for him no matter what while the famous clan were in Paris. The source said he also took the opportunity to invite the newlyweds to the festivities at their Cotswolds home.
“Since you live with the Peltz's, it would be lovely if you came to us,” David is reported to have said to his eldest son. But David and Victoria were “sad to hear” the response to their invitation - which was that it's apparently tradition for the first Christmas to be spent with the bride’s family, the insider told the magazine.
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