Inside Victoria and David Beckham’s parenting tips they’ll pass on to son Brooklyn

Victoria and David Beckham are proud parents to a brood of four children.

Brooklyn, 23, Romeo, 19, Cruz, 17 and ten year old Harper Seven are often shown on the family’s social media pages and recently the family welcomed Nicola Peltz, 27, into the family after her lavish wedding to Brooklyn earlier this month.

Victoria, 48, and David, 46, keep fans up to date on the family’s life highlighting the close bond they all share and how they keep grounded.

With newlyweds Brooklyn and Nicola being open about one day having children, it seems they have the perfect role models in Victoria and David in how to raise their future brood.

In 2015 Victoria told Grazia how the family manages to stay so tight knit despite often having hectic schedules.

“I am blessed to have a wonderful husband and beautiful, healthy, happy children. Yes, we travel a lot with our respective businesses and charitable commitments, but we always make time for each other as a couple and as a family.”

She went on to explain that having four children can mean a lot of friends over joking that the main thing is that they all leave ‘empty handed’.

She told Jimmy Kimmel: “All four kids bring all their friends over to the house, so when we come home at the end of the day there's always lots and lots of children.”

“I think the main focus is making sure that they all leave empty-handed and that the art is still on the wall!”

Victoria and David’s brood often accompany their parents to events and fashion shows and one thing that stands out is their polite behaviour.

Proud mum Victoria explained that being ‘strict parents’ meant that it was important to her and her husband that the children always had good manners.

David previously told the Daily Mail: “They've been saying their please and thank you’s since they were two or three years old.”

They also ensure that their children are aware of how ‘privileged’ their lives are with Victoria explaining to Grazia that having this awareness is key in raising the children.

“David and I explain to the children what privileged lives they lead. We tell them that in many places in the world children are hungry, homeless and sick. They all understand how important it is to help others.”

Living a life of privilege doesn’t mean that the Beckham children are not expected to work.

Previously Brooklyn worked in a London coffee shop where it was reported that he earnt £2.68 an hour.

Learning the value of money and hard work was key to his parents with Victoria saying: “They won’t be these children that stay at home and don’t do anything. They will definitely work.”

Earlier this year Brooklyn launched his new TV show Cookin' with Brooklyn.

The series was apparently born after Brooklyn started cooking during lockdown and following his own path has always been key to the newlywed.

He previously told Teen Vogue: “I love football, but I'm also very passionate about photography and film. I'm keeping my options open right now.”

Brooklyn is now something of an Instagram sensation with 13.8 million followers.

However, eight years ago David explained to ABC how he and Victoria were keeping their children safe on social media.

“We control everything he posts, everything that he does, and it's the same with our other kids.”

Being busy parents means that sometimes the pair have to miss certain ceremonies.

But, Victoria previously explained that she and David plan out events in their children’s calendar so at least one of them is around.

“It’s a juggling act, but we have great people around us to make sure it all works.”

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