The Beckhams got the new year started stylishly.
David and Victoria Beckham celebrated the start of 2024 by throwing a glamorous New Year’s Eve party with their kids. The festivities turned out to be the perfect opportunity for the family members to show off their individual styles, each one dressing to the nines.
Victoria chose a dress from one of her own collections, looking sophisticated in the emerald-green long-sleeved jersey gown with ruching details at the center of her waist. David coordinated with his wife’s jewel tones in a deep blue suit worn with a white button-down, a matching blue tie, brown leather dress shoes, and tinted aviator shades.
On Instagram, the couple shared photos of their sons, 21-year-old Romeo and 18-year-old Cruz, laughing next to David during dinner. The brothers looked suave in white dress shirts and ties (brown-patterned and black, respectively). Cruz continued his style streak with beige suspenders and black sunglasses with orange-tined lenses.
Victoria and David’s daughter, 12-year-old Harper, made a cute appearance at the party, too, in a black dress with white stars. Romeo’s girlfriend, model Mia Regan, also joined in, wearing a wine-red dress with romantic black lace detailing.
“Here’s to another year & as The Boss would always say ‘On to the next,’” the soccer star wrote on Instagram. “2024 here we go ❤️ I love you all so much thank you for an amazing year ❤️”
Meanwhile, the designer captioned her post, “Happy New Year!! Wishing all your dreams come true in 2024 💫 I love you so much @davidbeckham @romeobeckham @cruzbeckham @mimimoocher #harperseven.”
Though the Beckhams’ eldest child, Brooklyn, and his wife, Nicola Peltz, were missing from the fun, Victoria added a sweet shout-out to the couple in her message: “Missing you so much @brooklynpeltzbeckham @nicolaannepeltzbeckham xxxx”
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