Victoria Beckham has been gushing a lot about her kids over the past few days, and the trend continued Sunday after 12-year-old son Romeo Beckham completed the London Marathon children's race Sunday morning.
"We r so proud!! Romeo ran London mini Marathon for UNAIDS and 7 Fund x vb," Victoria Beckham posted on Instagram early Sunday.
"Well done Romeo!!" she wrote in a second post.
She and David Beckham, plus Romeo's brothers Brooklyn and Cruz, were waiting for Romeo after he crossed the finish line.
According to Victoria Beckham's posts, Romeo's run was in support of the Joint United Nations Programme on HIV/AIDS and the "7" fund, a collaboration with UNICEF, which provides assistance to children in danger zones around the world.
On Friday, Victoria Beckham, 41, made a rare public appearance on The Ellen DeGeneres Show, where she gushed about her four children with husband David Beckham, Brooklyn,16, Romeo, 12, Cruz, 10, and little three-year-old Harper.
Ellen DeGeneres reminded Victoria that the last time she appeared on the show — about seven years ago — she was hoping to someday have a daughter.
"You were hoping to someday have a girl," DeGeneres said "And now you do! You have Harper."
Victoria Beckham acknowledged the truth of the statement and raved about her daughter and all of her munchkins.
"She’s amazing," Victoria Beckham said. "All our kids are amazing. I mean, they’re really good kids. You know, they work hard at school. They’re happy. They’re funny. They are just really good kids, and she’s so great."
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Victoria Beckham told DeGeneres that the boys take good care of their little sister and have rubbed off on her.
"The boys are great with her," she said. "She’s a little tomboy. You know, she loves to wear little dresses, but then, she loves to put her football boots on and get in the garden with her brothers, and have a little rough and tumble. Which I think is great."