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David and Victoria Beckham boast about Romeo Beckham's achievements in the cutest way!

29 April 2015, 17:17

Los Angeles - Victoria and David Beckham are "so proud" of their son for running the London Marathon.

The 41-year-old fashion designer and the 39-year-old soccer star came out to support Romeo, 12, as he took part in the children's race, earning £6000 for charity.

Taking to Instagram to share a snap of Romeo after the run,Victoria said: "Well done Romeo!! We r all so proud!! Running @londonmarathon for UNAIDS and 7 Fund x vb (sic)"

Well done Romeo!! We r all so proud!! Running @londonmarathon for UNAIDS and 7 Fund x vb

A photo posted by Victoria Beckham (@victoriabeckham) on

We r so proud!! Romeo ran London mini Marathon for UNAIDS and 7 Fund x vb

A photo posted by Victoria Beckham (@victoriabeckham) on

While David took to his Facebook account to share the proud moment.

The couple's other sons, Brooklyn, 16 and 10-year-old Cruz, were also there to support their brother, with the whole family dressing in custom-made 'Team Romeo' t-shirts.

Captioning a photograph of him and Romeo, Brooklyn added: "Congratulations Romeo for raising £6,000 for UNAIDS and 7 Fund (sic)"

Congratulations Romeo for raising £6,000 for UNAIDS and 7 Fund

A photo posted by Brooklyn Beckham (@brooklynbeckham) on

It's no surprise that Romeo entered the marathon as David previously revealed the 12-year-old model beat him in a running race.

He said: "He's one of those annoying runners who always want to be one step in front of you. We ran three and a half miles and the third mile was the quickest of all of them. I was breathing hard.

"He was a step ahead of me the whole way. My drive must have rubbed off on him. I was very proud of him."

- BangShowBiz


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